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Tyler and the Spider

Average rating
5 out of 5
Based on 2 Ratings and 1 Reviews

Book Description
Tyler is a precious little boy who is snuggled in bed in his pajamas. He awakes to discover a spider dangling above his head. Filled with fear, Tyler slowly observes his intruder and soon his fears are overcome by curiosity. Tyler ends-up trying to determine if the little Spider will do him harm.
Book Information
PublisherWiggles Press
BindingPaperback
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages32
ISBN-10193570608X
ISBN-13978-1935706083
Publication Date03/03/2010
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About Melinda Lancaster (Author) : Melinda Lancaster is a published author. A published credit of Melinda Lancaster is Tyler and the Spider (Volume 1).
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About Rosemarie Gillen (Illustrator) : Rosemarie Gillen is a published illustrator of children's books. A published credit of Rosemarie Gillen is Where is God, Grandfather.
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4/12/2010 Melinda Lancaster said:
Tyler and the Spider is a delightful story of acceptance- of how two very different "people" can end up being friends. It was inspired by my daughter, Katelin, who has Rett Syndrome. The wonderful illustrations bring the story to life, especially the little spider, Skyler, and his adorable red snea... more

tags: boys/spiders, boys/acceptance

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4/10/2010 Rochelle Thorpe said: Great book with excellent illustrations by Rosemarie Gillen. Children will enjoy reading about Tylers encounter with a spider and who the two determine if the other can be trusted. Sweet, fun, and best of all, teaches tolerance and acceptance.

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