Your Bee-attitude starts with Bee-lieving.
According to the laws of aerodynamics, bees should not be able to fly. Their wings are too small and their bodies are too fat to get off the ground. But they fly. If you are willing to bee-lieve that you can achieve and if you are willing to work hard, then you too can "fly." This is the Bee-attitude. Bea Grace Curri uses a clever list of alphabetical encouragement for young readers to develop a "you can do it" attitude. She tells remarkable stories of people who by all appearances "couldn't," and yet who "did" anyway...with great success. If you want your children to turn those stumbling blocks into stepping stones, Bee Attitude is for you and for them. It's bee-autiful.
Bea Grace Curri has a wealth of experience working with children as a religious educator and youth minister for the Dioceses of Syracuse, New York, and Orlando, Florida. She has been married to her husband, John for thirty-eight years and has two sons and six grandchildren. Bea approaches life with enthusiasm.