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Queen Bee by Dorothea Benton Frank Book Summary:
"Dorothea Benton Frank revisits the enchanted landscape of South Carolina's Lowcountry and New York Times bestseller Sullivans Island in her latest novel which follows a young woman as she recovers from the pain of her past and makes a change for the future"--
Queen Bee by Chynna Clugston-Flores Book Summary:
Haley Madison, former geek, is determined to control her troublesome secret power. She's not going to let being psychokinetic get in the way of becoming super-popular at her new school. Too bad Haley isn't the only new girl in town - nor the only one with super-powers.
Queen Bee by O. G. Wise Man,Keith Young Book Summary:
After her husband is violently murdered by the police, Darlene Dennison picks up the pieces, loads her guns, and takes her hustling game to another level. In this story of money and murder, grind with Darlene as she shakes up the streets of Cook City and makes them her own personal beehive. The late 1970s and early 1980s weren't ready for the type of game she put down, but when the games began, anything was liable to happen. When she was on top, everybody danced. No matter what, the hustle must go on! With a past full of secrets, and a life filled with actors, the strip became one big stage. Darlene vowed to survive, by any means necessary. When betrayal sets in, only God could determine the outcome. With the police on her trail, and a District Attorney out to get her, they notoriously named her the "Queen Bee." As this shocking fictional tale takes unpredictable twists and turns, what will be Darlene's fate?
Queen Bee by Jane Fallon Book Summary:
The Sunday Times bestseller and Richard & Judy summer pick from the million-copy bestselling author of Faking Friends and Tell Me a Secret 'Absolutely masterly. Bliss' Heat 'Had me turning the pages into the small hours' Louise Candlish _________ Welcome to The Close - a beautiful street of mansions, where gorgeous Stella is the indisputable Queen Bee . . . Moving into The Close, all Laura wants is peace and privacy. But resident Queen Bee Stella is suspicious, fearing Laura has designs for her fiancé, Al. So when Laura stumbles on Al's big secret, Stella's perfectly controlled world falls apart. As the two women take a chance on beating Al at his own twisted game, these former strangers are fast becoming best friends. But has Laura forgotten that revenge always comes with a sting in the tail? _________ 'Perfectly crafted with razor sharp wit' Nicola Moriarty 'Sharp and hilarious. A perfect beach read' Irish News Why people can't get enough of Jane Fallon's books: 'Hugely compelling and unpredictable' Ruth Jones 'She always delivers a fabaliss read' Marian Keyes 'Brilliant, with completely unexpected twists' Gill Sims 'She's the queen of the revenge novel' Heat
Queen Bee by Bonnie McDaniel Book Summary:
In a survey conducted by the American Management Association in 2011, from a pool of 1,000 working women, they found that 95 percent of women interviewed believed they had been undermined by another woman at some point in their careers. In another study by the University of Toronto from 2008, of 1,800 US employees, women who worked under female supervisors reported more instances of physical or psychological stress than in the case of those who worked under male supervisors. Queen Bee is a compelling narrative by Bonnie McDaniel, the founder of the Women Are Talking Initiative, examining the real issues surrounding women helping women and the impact it has on women’s empowerment. In Queen Bee, McDaniel considers those issues embodied in seven disempowering habits practiced by women, and she provides a framework through which they can begin to adopt good practices in order to grow and occupy their true places of power in the world. McDaniel also shares effective tools for women on how to master the art of living and working in harmony with each other, while at the same time getting what they each want and deserve out of life. It is a turn away from modern, pervasive adversarial attitudes among women to one of women working together in a spirit of cooperativeness and supportiveness in order to finally achieve that higher and empowered goal. On May 3, 2013, McDaniel brought together one million women from thirty-four countries to host a first-ever Women Are Talking virtual global conversation using AT&T technology and social media to discuss their views and experiences on this topic. It is a gift for our mothers, daughters, sisters, and friends with a message of hope for what is already ours. Open your hearts, minds and hands to receive it!
Queen Bee by Elizabeth Weigandt Book Summary:
It's not easy being different - especially when you are one of thousands in a hive. Manuka knows as a worker bee, she's only supposed to do her job and not ask questions. But her head is so full of ideas that could improve life in the hive that sometimes they just pop out of her mouth. Typically, this gets her in trouble - especially when she starts to question why bees in her hive are getting sick. As Manuka and her friend Cotton get closer to the answer, they cross Acacia, the Queen Bee's Chief Attendant. Acacia banishes them to the outside world, where they are forced to fend for themselves. Although dangerous, this world also offers hope. Manuka finds new friends - including a fierce but friendly bumblebee, a lovesick male bee, and a fast-talking hummingbird - and learns of a Sacred Tree that may hold the cure for what ails the hive. However, Manuka must face Acacia once again - and Acacia has more than one deadly secret that could mean the end of everyone and everything that Manuka loves. Queen Bee is a celebration of the power of individuals and ideas. It is also a story about how finding your destiny can be the same as finding yourself...
Queen Bee Breeding by Elizabeth Frost Book Summary:
Whether your goal is to rear a few queen bees or thousands, this manual provides the basic knowledge and instruction to get you started and can be applied to beekeeping operations ranging from several thousand colonies to one or two. A successful queen bee producer is well organised, committed, and pays attention to hygiene, pest and disease status and environmental conditions at all apiaries: be they mating or queen breeding apiaries or those holding production and support colonies. With practice, you can refine your queen rearing methods to suit your operation and resources. This manual can always be your point of reference. Rearing queen bees is a specialist job. It takes a significant level of experience and resources to produce good quality mated queens. In addition, rearing your own queen bees can be a lot of fun and can add an extra interest to your beekeeping. Queens of superior quality result from a combination of: · good drone rearing and stocking practices · good queen rearing practices · a program of continual stock selection. Each of these three elements is addressed in-depth throughout this manual. This publication was written by technical specialists of the NSW Department of Primary Industries and produced by Education Delivery, Tocal College. It supports the following competencies from AHC10, The National Agriculture, Horticulture, Conservation and Land Management Training Package: · AHCBEK402A Perform queen bee artificial insemination · AHCBEK407A Rear queen bees
The Queen Bee and Me by Gillian McDunn Book Summary:
Meg has always found comfort in her best friend Beatrix's shadow. Self-assured Beatrix is the one who makes decisions, and the girls have been a pair since kindergarten. But middle school has brought some changes in Beatrix, especially when Meg tries to branch out on her own. A special science elective is Meg's first step away, but when she's paired with quirky new girl Hazel, Beatrix is less than welcoming. Meg is taken aback at how mean Beatrix can be--and how difficult it is to stand up to her friend. But as Meg gets to know Hazel while working on their backyard beehive project, she starts to wonder: Is being Beatrix's friend worth turning down the possibility of finding her own voice? This pitch-perfect exploration of middle-school friendship dynamics brims with heart and hope, and will resonate with readers of all ages. Acclaim for Caterpillar Summer An Indies Introduce pick A Texas Bluebonnet Selection A Parents Best Book of the Year A Kirkus Reviews Best Book of the Year An Amazon Best Book of the Year
Being Queen Bee by Diana Ranger Book Summary:
Twelve year old Sophie May Righton is now Queen Bee, the most popular girl at Toby Rodford Senior School. But she is no longer cute and adorable like in elementary school; she's changed. Sophie's an 'It girl' - and is somewhat self-centred and arrogant these days! She's so big-headed, in fact, that a bodyguard has to walk her to class, and on Tuesdays, she gives the unpopular kids lessons on how to be cooler! But when Sophie realises she has real feelings for Joe Greshman, the guy who used to ignore her back in Year 6, everything changes... How will she feel about Being Queen Bee after Joe makes an impression on her? Can Queen Bees change? Or do they stay the same for life? Find out in the sequel to 'Being Sophie May'. This is Sophie May like you've never seen her before...
Queen Bee by Chynna Clugston-Major Book Summary:
From the talented creator of bestselling comics Blue Monday and Scooter Girl, comes a funny, super-power graphic novel about the middle-school social hive, where only one girl can be the QUEEN BEE! Haley is smart, funny, nice, and determined to be super-popular in her new middle-school. . . if she can control that problematic little secret power of hers. Enter another new seventh grader, Alexa. She's smart-alecky, definitely not nice, and she's got the power, too. Just like Haley, Alexa is psychokinetic. She can move things with her mind and does, never missing a chance to embarrass someone in the classroom, cafeteria, or gym--especially Haley. When the two girls meet, there's literally a tornado.
Bee Queen by Noteable Bees Book Summary:
Use this themed notebook for whatever your bee related needs are! Are you an apiarist, or a hobby beekeeper? Keep your notes on your hive in this notebook that you can use year after year. Bees keep our planet and society strong! Features: 109 blank lined pages 6x9 inches Made in the country where ordered Matte cover, perfect binding National Honey Bee Day, World Bee Day. Honey Bee Day, Don't Step On A Bee Day
Venom of the Queen Bee by P. J. Hoge Book Summary:
Diane Waggoner is on the cusp of finally finding happiness in her life. After becoming engaged to former priest Matt Harrington, Diane prepares to visit her invalid mother at a care facility in Portland, Maine-knowing that she is walking straight into a web of hatred. But until she has the courage to stand up to her mother once and for all, Diane knows she will never be able to reclaim he r life. Loretta Berg will do anything in her power to dominate her children with constant criticism and devious trickery. As her family arrives to visit, expectations are high on both sides. But as strong wills and conflicting desires surface, everyone questions whether the sniping, selfish Loretta will ever be capable of loving anyone, including herself. When one of Loretta’s vindictive acts goes too far, action is necessary. Diane and her family must quell her hostility. In this emotional, wrenching novel, the future of a family led by a dysfunctional matriarch hangs in the balance as they consider their welfare, her punishment and salvation.
The Queen Bee of Bridgeton by Leslie DuBois Book Summary:
When fifteen-year-old Sonya Garrison is accepted into the prestigious Bridgeton Academy, she soon discovers that rich girls are just as dangerous as the thugs in her home of Venton Heights…maybe more so. After catching the eye of the star white basketball player and unwittingly becoming the most popular girl in school, she earns the hatred of the three most ruthless and vindictive girls at Bridgeton. Can she defeat the reigning high school royalty? Or will they succeed in ruining her lifelong dream of becoming a world class dancer?
A Beekeeper's Guide to the Queen Bee - A Collection of Articles on Rearing, Housing and Re-Queening the Hive by Various Book Summary:
This book contains classic material dating back to the 1900s and before. The content has been carefully selected for its interest and relevance to a modern audience.
Queen Bee 1 by Shizuru Seino Book Summary:
A high-tension high-school romantic comedy with a heroine whose pure love is like an attack! Due to her scary face and penchant for fighting, high schooler Mihane Hirata is known as the "Killer Demon." But, she's actually an earnest 16-year old in love ... While trying to get closer to her beloved Toma, the cutest guy in her class, she accidentally confesses her love to him! Not only that, but before Toma can respond, Mihane suggests that they try dating for three days ... ?!
Queen Bee by Shizuru Seino Book Summary:
Final volume! Mihane has finally started dating her beloved Toma-kun!! Toma-kun is acting like a shy girl, and Mihane is so happy she almost seems macho. But just as Mihane is enjoying the dating life, Toma-kun's beautiful ex-girlfriend appears and throws everything into chaos?!
Buster and the Queen Bee by Di Morrissey,Diana Young Book Summary:
When Buster finds that his favourite field of flowers has been discovered by Beatrice, a bee from another hive, he's very worried that he won't be able to keep enough pollen coming in to the hive. And it's getting harder and harder to find pollen as people cut down more trees.
Queen Bee and Mother Lion by ,GloW Book Summary:
Queen Bee and Mother Lion are very best friends. Throughout their friendship, they have good and bad moments. Queen Bee finds herself becoming Mother Lion’s caretaker during her stubborn moments. Mother Lion becomes very ill and didn’t recover. Queen Bee decides to make honey, sting and find comfort in new friendships.
Gina, the Queen Bee by Jackie T. Shirley,Carol Von Raesfeld,Dorothy Hardy Book Summary:
Gina Angelo fell in love with motorcycles the first time she rode her brother's Harley. She then became a pacesetter: first, by organizing the "Witches on Wheels" (Detroit's first women's Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Club) and then by becoming a legendary woman street fighter at a time in America when most women were housewives and stay-at-home moms. From truck stop waitress to carnival stripper, from "the Toughest Woman in Michigan" to Hollywood star, Gina lived life on her own terms. It is unlikely that America will ever witness an equal to the 1950s biker queen who became a legend in her own time.
Queen Bee by Melia Kolby Book Summary:
Journal Diary to Write In - 150 Pages Queen Bee Great for school, work, journal, diary, business Makes a Great Gift for Back to School, Christmas or Birthday Perfect for Adults and Teens Awesome for Creative Writing, Poetry, Class Assignments Great for Lists, Logs, Records, Bookkeeping, Inventory 150 pages 6x9 size
Queen Bee Wannabee by Kristen Gerrish Book Summary:
Amanda Pendleford is the most popular girl at Lakeside Junior High and she is determined to keep her Queen Bee status no matter whom or what gets in her way. A secret she has kept threatens to derail her popularity but it’s the secret she doesn’t know that could destroy her for good.
Queen Bees & Wannabes by Rosalind Wiseman Book Summary:
Revised to include an additional chapter for parents of younger girls, a best-selling guide on how cliques shape girls' lives offers insight into gender-based power plays, early adolescence, and the role of a parent's history in shaping parenting choices. Original.
The Queen Bee by Jacob Grimm,Wilhelm Grimm Book Summary:
Illustrated by Iassen Ghiuselev. This is the timeless folktale of a young prince who undoes a terrible spell by accomplishing three impossible tasks - with the help of some small creatures he saved from cruelty. Iassen Ghiuselev's masterful illustrations carry a bearing and weight in sharp contrast to the pastel-pretty designs of other illustrated fairy tales. Here, the rich tapestry colours and lavish attention to detail create an atmospheric mystery and enrich the story with a magic all their own. Ages 6-11.