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Little Miss Spider

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 52 Ratings and 52 Reviews

Book Description
How did the beloved Miss Spider begin her life as a spiderling? In this engaging prequel to David Kirk's Miss Spider books, the spider starlet herself has just popped out of her egg and is wondering where her mother could be.

"Did she squeeze down a hole?
Or dive underwater?
Why won't she come out here
And meet her new daughter?" Little Miss Spider's plaintive cries are hea... More
Book Information
PublisherDemco Media
BindingTurtleback (10 editions)
Reading LevelBaby to Pre-K
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-100606292160
ISBN-13978-0606292160
Publication Date09/2003
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About David Kirk (Author) : David Kirk is a published author, editor, and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of David Kirk include Miss Spider's Tea Party (Unabridged), Keisha Ann Can!, The Prince,... more
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9/18/2008 Christine Mitchell said: This is a great adoption story, reinforcing the message that people dont have to look alike to be a family. Real parents are the ones who love and and take care of a child and are their to comfort and protect him or her. Davids art work is truly amazing!
tags: I recommend, adoption

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3/5/2008 Terry Doherty said: "An enjoyable story with incredibly cute illustrations. It didn't take too many readings before we started getting hugs every time we got to the last page. Although this was advertised as an 'adoption story
tags: fiction

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