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The Bee Rustlers Hardcover – Import, March 17, 1980.
James Albert Needle (born 1943), known as Jan Needle, is an English author. The Bee-Rustlers (1980). He was born and grew up in Portsmouth on the south coast of England, coming from a family with strong naval and military connections. He has written over thirty novels, as well as books and plays for adults and children, books of criticism, cartoons and radio and television serials and series. A Sense of Shame and Other Stories (1980).
1980) A Chapter Book by Jan Needle. Used availability for Jan Needle's The Bee Rustlers. March 1980 : UK Hardback.
By (author) Jan Needle.
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The Rustlers burst onto the scene well over a decade ago with the release of their "Broken Pieces". The rustlers gig guide. MAY 2020 May 9 - Norwood Hotel, Norwood (9:00pm).
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Demand for bee hives has soared in recent years due to the growing popularity of almonds among health-conscious Americans.
Pavel Tveretinov was arrested after authorities discovered thousands of stolen crates containing the insects on a lot in Fresno, California. They had been taken gradually from farmers all over the state over the past three years. Demand for bee hives has soared in recent years due to the growing popularity of almonds among health-conscious Americans. Typically, almond growers rent hives from beekeepers for five weeks at a time to once their almond trees have blossomed. The bees pollinate the flowers and the flowers then turn to nuts for them to sell.