ABOUT THE BOOK
There’s been a big change in beautiful Giggle Bee Valley. Green grass is gray, and the bountiful flowers and trees have turned blue. All this as a grumpy neighbor moves in. But what can Keddy do? Join Keddy, the biggest little giggle bee, and his friends on an adventure of friendship to save Giggle Bee Valley.
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About the author
Headline Author Tyhesia White’s new book “Keddy the Biggest Little Giggle Bee!” follows Keddy and his friends on an adventure to save Giggle Bee Valley. Short Description Recent release “Keddy the Biggest Little Giggle Bee!” from Page Publishing author Tyhesia White is a fun and engaging children’s story that follows Keddy, who is the best giggler of all the giggle bees, and his friends as they embark on an adventure to save Giggle Bee Valley. Long Description Tyhesia White, who resides in Nevada, has completed her new book “Keddy the Biggest Little Giggle Bee!”: a delightful children’s story about one giggle bee’s quest to save his home. There have been a lot of changes in beautiful Giggle Bee Valley. The green grass is now gray, the bountiful flowers and trees have turned blue, and a grumpy new neighbor has moved in. But what can Keddy do? Readers follow long as Keddy, the biggest giggle bee, and his pals go on adventure full of friendship and excitement to save Giggle Bee Valley. Author Tyhesia White describes a scene in which the giggle bees gather, writing. “The next day, the giggle bees had a valley-wide meeting. They all decided that they would have to send some brave giggle bee to turn the grumpy grasshopper’s frown upside down. Many giggle bees wanted to go, but Keddy was chosen because he was the best giggler in the entire valley. Keddy was afraid to go because he thought he was too small.”