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Amazon Best Selling Book on Saving the Bees Free Promotion Today

The bestselling Kindle Book on paid bestseller list is free this weekend-Learn how you can save the bees:


September 14, 2013 /Webwire/ –– Author Kenneth Eade and, announced today that the Kindle book that has been in the top 20 bestseller list all week, “Bless the Bees: The Pending Extinction of our Pollinators and What We Can Do to Stop It” ( will be free all this weekend, as part of a promotion to get the word out on the book.  

     Amazon Hall of Fame reviewer Grady Harp said, “This is a very important book and one that belongs in the hands of everyone who cares about ecology and the preservation of the  bee population that in turn means the preservation of life as we know it on this planet.”  Another customer reviewer comments, “Bless the Bees is jam packed with great ideas that are easy to start on right away, many of which we should be incorporating into our lives for a myriad of other reasons anyway.”

     This beautifully illustrated edition is meant to educate the reader about the potential extinction of the bees as an indicator of a mass extinction, the last one of which was 65 million years ago. It explains what pollination is, who does it, why it’s essential to us, what things are threatening our pollinators and what we, as individuals, can do about it.  You can see the book trailer at:

     They have been in existence for over 100 million years, but it has taken us less than 30 years to kill almost all of them off. Honey bees are responsible for pollinating 60% of the world’s food supply. Without them, the human race would face starvation. A worldwide epidemic, it has been called the bee apocalypse by Russia’s president, but it is worse in the United States than any other country. Since 1972, feral honey bees in the United States have declined 80% to near extinction, and domestic bees in the United States are down to 60%. Since 2006, the epidemic has been referred to as colony collapse disorder, describing the disappearance of entire colonies of bees.

     Among the causes cited for this disaster of epidemic proportions are parasites, the decrease in abundance and diversity of wildflowers, insecticides and genetically engineered foods (GMO’s) that create their own synthetic pesticides which kill bees as well as other insects. But one thing is for certain-- mankind is responsible for the drastic decline in bee population and the United States government is doing nothing about it. On the contrary, the government has taken measures to make the problem worse.

     There is more to this delicate 100 million year old evolution of pollination that just honey bees, who were not native to the United States, but imported from Europe and probably originally came from Africa. At least 4,000 species of wild bees are known to exist in North America alone. All of them are at risk, and this book will show you how you can make a difference in saving them, our food supply, and our planet as we know it.

     50% of the royalties of this book will be donated to Bee Bay, a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of bees and the environment.


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