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Do Bees Go to Heaven?
Beautifully Illustrated Children's Book Provides the Answer in a
WEST TALOUCA LAKE, Calif., Sept. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- In his new children's book,
"Buzz The Busy Bee Who Wanted To Get To Heaven" (published by AuthorHouse --
http://www.authorhouse.com/), author and illustrator Fred Barca helps Buzz find
out the answer to a very puzzling question: Do bees go to heaven?
"Buzz The Busy Bee Who Wanted To Get To Heaven" is a brightly illustrated book
that addresses concerns children may have about heaven, and Barca's engaging
tale is sure to captivate children and parents alike.
Buzz believes that he can find where heaven is on his own. In his quest, Buzz
encounters a number of characters: some friendly and willing to help, including
Rubber Band George (a grasshopper) and Mrs. Robin, and some not-so- friendly. As
Buzz's journey goes higher and higher, from blades of grass up into the sky, it
proves to be one of friendship, faith, determination and love.
It is natural to be fearful of the unknown, Barca writes, arguing that his book
fills a void in children's literature by explaining the natural event of life
and death in a way children can understand without fear.
About the author and illustrator: Fred Barca has been a graphic designer and
fine artist for many years and enjoys storytelling, illustrating and writing. He
has a way of expressing his views in a visual perspective that is beautiful, fun
and exciting. This is the second book that has been published for Fred making
him an established author an illustrator. He is currently working on his third
book as well as his second children's book. It is scheduled to be released in
AuthorHouse is the premier book publisher (http://www.authorhouse.com/) for
emerging, self-published (http://www.authorhouse.com/GetPublished/FAQ.aspx)
authors. For more information, please visit http://www.authorhouse.com/.