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Spiders and Their Webs
Darlyne Murawski
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Spiders and Their Webs

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In Spiders and Their Webs biologist-photographer Darlyne Murawski shares her fascination with web-spinning spiders with young readers. They will learn that not all spiders weave webs, but those that do not only create an incredible variety of designs but also have different ways of using their webs to catch their prey. Readers will meet some familiar spiders, such as the ...more
Hardcover, 31 pages
Published January 1st 2004 by National Geographic Society
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Dec 01, 2014 Jonathan rated it really liked it
Spiders up close is never really something that people dream about but this book makes it much less frightening than seeing the real thing. This informational book uses great photos of fascinating spiders and their unusual webs.

Each picture has a brief description of each spider being shown and and other scientific information like the scientific names, size, habitat, and its likely prey. It also has great information like uses of spider silk and even a fun activity to make it easier to see a s
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Sep 30, 2013 Michele Farmer rated it it was amazing
This National Geographic book is full of amazing, up-close photographs and lots of good information. There are nine in-depth looks at spiders accompanied by large print text describing each spider's habits. Other features include a great activity page demonstrating how to make webs visible for observation, "Did you know?" sections full of interesting facts, a glossary, and an author's note about her experiences photographing spiders and their webs. Another excellent science resource for grade ...more
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