Illustrations by Julia Greene.
Published by Cupples & Leon, 1919.
Hardback, no dustjacket.
Four black and white full page illustrations, with plenty of smaller drawings of Alice and her bee friends scattered throughout text.
Little Alice Wells is exploring her garden when she spies Bombus, a bumblebee, and follows him to overhear him conversing with Madam Zumm and a young bee named Buzz. They give her a special nectar which enables her to enter the Bee world, where she learns much about Bees and their life and society.
Evertype re-issue available on Amazon if you want a read: Alice in Beeland: A Tale Inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Wonderland