Even worse, winter is only a few months away and the tiny creatures are faced with the seemingly impossible task of having to rebuild their homes and food processing capabilities before the temperature drops and they risk freezing or starving to death.
In a desperate effort to reestablish their orderly little world as fast and efficiently as possible, the tiny creatures create a bureaucracy to oversee rebuilding their city, a bureaucracy that soon takes on a life of its own. As time quickly slips away, beebolls become more and more focused on the processes and procedures for rebuilding the city, and less and less focused on the actual construction. Even worse, they become so distracted by their predicament that they lose sight of that which is most important of all: what it means to be a beeboll.
Suitable for all ages, The Island of Lyteria and the Beebolls is an endearing, sometimes comical story of survival against seemingly insurmountable odds. Readers who have had experience being thwarted by red tape may find it particularly enjoyable.
It is intended in the first place for seniors in high schools and freshmen in colleges, and is meant to give such an account of the Private Life of the Romans in the later Republic and earlier Empire as will enable them to understand the countless references to it in the Latin texts which they read in the class-room.
It is hoped that the book contains all that they will need for this purpose and nothing that is beyond their comprehension.
It is intended in the second place for more advanced college students who may be taking lectures on the subjects of which it treats. The work of both teacher and student will be made less irksome and more effective if the student is aided in the taking of notes by even so general a knowledge of the subject previously announced to the class as is here given.
This I know from actual experience with my own classes.
In the third place it is intended for readers and students of Roman history, who are engaged chiefly with important political and constitutional questions, and often feel the need of a simple and compact description of domestic life, to give more reality to the shadowy forms whose public careers they are following.
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