#89 BearBear Climbs the Honey Tree

By Christy Klincewicz

One sunny summer morning, BearBear set off on an adventure. One of his favorite places to go was lily pad pond where he loved to paddle around in his little birch bark boat and play with his friends. On this particular day, BearBear heard the humming sound of honey bees and decided to climb the Honey Tree to get some delicious honey. At the tippy top of the Honey Tree there sat Queen Beatrice surrounded by pots of honey.

Recommended for ages 3 – 7

/ About the Author: Christy Klincewicz

“This is my 20th year as a Waldorf Early Childhood Educator. My early experiences of exploring the wonder and beauty of the natural world and the reverent moments created by lighted candles on the Christmas tree and ringing a bell to invite the angels in, have shaped me to take up my work with young children. The imaginations impressed upon my soul from the taste of cold, clear mountain streams and peeping into the magical worlds hidden beneath their mossy banks have given me a rich pictorial language. I love creating stories where the world is good, kind friends help those in need and love weaves a mantle of safety and warmth. Often these stories arise when the children say, “Tell us a story.” Then I, too, listen as Mother of the Fairy Tales whispers in my ear.” To learn more about Christy’s work and to purchase her book “Fleetfoot Fox Catches a Cold”, visit www.rockinghorsestories.com