Finding out how to become a successful backyard beekeeper

What's the Buzz about beekeeping?  Keeping your own bees has many benefits: they not only pollinate your garden, but you can harvest the honey, honeycomb, propolis, bee pollen, and wax.  These books help you get the know-how to acquire your own bees and transfer them safely to their new home, securely open and close the hive, inspect your bees at the right time, handle common problems, and extract honey like a pro. If you're brand-new to the scene or a seasoned beekeeper looking for the latest techniques and information the info is in these books.

Mini Urban Beehive Magazine

NEW Beekeeping for Dummies by Blackiston

The Classroom
by Hayes

Practical Queen Rearing
by Pellett

The Practical Beekeeper
Volume 2, by Busht

Beekeeping Mentor In A
Book, by Studinski

Bees in America
by Horn

Beekeeper's problem solver

NEW The Complete Idiot's Guide Beekeeping, by Stiglitz

Contemporary Queen Rearing
by Laidlaw

Queen Rearing Simplified
by Smith

The Practical Beekeeper
Volume 3, by Bush

Observation Hives
Webster and Caron

The Hive and the
Honey Bee, Graham

NEW The Barefoot Beekeeper, by Chandler (english)

Natural Beekeeping
by Conrad

The Practical Beekeeper
by Bush (English - Spanish)

Huber's New Observation
Upon Bees Volumes I & II

Top-Bar Beekeeping
Crowder and Harrell

Robbing the Bees
by Bishop

NEW The Backyard Beekeeper, by Flottum

Honey in the Comb
by Killion

The Practical Beekeeper
Volume 1, by Bushn

Classic Queen
Rearing Compendium

A Spring Without Bees
by Schacker

How to Manage the
Blue Orchard Bee