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Miss Spider's Tea Party by David Kirk
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Mar 29, 2012

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bookshelves: animals, fantasy, own-it, picture-book

For the most part this book is rather depressing. Nobody wants to join Miss. Spider for her tea party because she is a spider. Then towards the end one moth realizes that she is not a mean spider. He tells all of his friends and they go to her tea party. Here they see that she only eats flowers and drinks tea. Miss. Spider is happy because she has finally made some new friends. I really liked the rhyming in this book. I think this would be a good book to teach kids about different insects, and how we shouldn't judge people. Miss. Spider was a spider and everyone was afraid of her, but when they really got to know her they found out how wonderful she really was. The author also does a counting thing where in the beginning there is one lonely spider, then two beetles, and at the end there are eleven insects.

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