Eensy Weensy Spider

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Little Barron's, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 20 pages
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These brand new and exceptionally attractive volumes are written and illustrated for preschool children. The series is designed to help very young boys and girls perceive books and reading as a delightful experience. The pages of all Little Barron's Toddler Books are constructed of sturdy card stock that resists the inevitable wear and tear from preschoolers' hands. Eye-catching illustrations on very page employ a range of vivid colors that have special appeal to younger children, and each book's text is focused to help develop toddlers' listening and concentration skills. Here are delightful books that will give kids a head start in a lifetime of productive and enjoyable reading.

This favorite children's rhyme is pre-sented in full with charming illustrations.

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Good baby book

User Review  - cam12 -

The book is just what I had expected a boardbook with bright colors and simplified text. It appears to be attractive to young children I havent given it to them yet and durable and my order was received in a timely manner. Read full review

cute book

User Review  - shopperinmi -

Sturdy little book should hold up well. My 3 year old daughter loves the cute story. Read full review


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About the author (1999)

Penny Dann was born in Slough, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom. She attended Amersham College in Buckinghamshire on a two year foundation course and then she studied visual communications at the Brighton College of Art. Her end of college project about the history of tea became her first published book in 1985. Her work was featured in anthologies, early readers, fairytales, and poetry collections. Her books include the Secret Fairy series, One for the Pot, and Why Not Stay for Breakfast? She illustrated several children's books including Too Many Tickles written by Thomas Taylor and Polly Parrot Picks a Pirate written by Peter Bently. She was a member of the Brighton Illustration Group. She also worked on advertising, editorial, and packaging projects and designed a soft toy. She died from cancer on December 20, 2014 at the age of 50.

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