Louie the Bee: The Insects Prevail.

Rated 5.00/5 based on 5 reviews
Escape in a warm anthropomorphic tale that draws strong emotional responses. A story for the mature reader. It's about an insect community living an idyllic streamside life. Blissful complacency turns to a realisation that all is not well when the community's future is threatened by human activity. Some special powers enable the insects to deal with pending threats. Contains intrigue and mischief!
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About Dave Corrick

I was born in Christchurch New Zealand and have, for a number of years lived in Auckland.

My qualifications are in engineering; however from the years 2000 to 2009 I dedicated my time to creative computer programming. In essence I developed software to run on the Windows platform and then marketed it.

It required some application of imagination to develop software and in 2009 I used this same imagination to write my first book. This was something I have always wanted to do and quite frankly, once I started I enjoyed it immensely.

Close by to where we live (that's my wife Julie, and me) there is a delightful bush lined stream where we walk most days. It's a beautiful natural oasis in suburban Auckland. This stream was where with a little imagination the two "Louie the Bee" books were "born".


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Reviews of Louie the Bee: The Insects Prevail. by Dave Corrick

patricia mole reviewed on Oct. 16, 2011

A truly beautiful story. As with the previous reviewer I didn't think that such stories were still written.It took me to another world
(reviewed 33 days after purchase)
Veronica Parton reviewed on Sep. 25, 2011

This is just brilliant. I didn't think that such stories were still written. What happens with the local council is just fantastic! Well done Dave, great imagination. It will give many readers a lot of pleasure.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
Nardine Verrana reviewed on Sep. 25, 2011

What an absolutely beautiful story. It's just magic. The second book is even better in my opinion. Well worth a read. It is something truly different.
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
Helen Scharma reviewed on Sep. 19, 2011

Louie The Bee introduced me to a world of characters that live by their courage, humour, determination and thoughtfulness. The stream and bush setting of the story captured my imagination and carried me to a world that I was sad to leave.The detail of the story line is amusing, exciting and at times touching and sensitive.
From chocolate cake with red wine to where a community respects and lives by the true values in life. This - the story of “Louie The Bee” is a great read and one that I did not want to end
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
Marsha Jardine reviewed on Sep. 13, 2011

Here is a fabulous product and I am sure it would make an excellent film by Pixar or Dreamworks as an animated childrens' movie that adults will enjoy too. Great imagination Dave. Well done.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

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