Scholastic Nonfiction, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
Nic Bishop's signature up-close, stop-action photographs show spiders larger than life.
For the first to third grade set, spiders are fascinating and suitably gruesome, especially when looked at in EXTREME close-up. Amazing images show the beauty and otherworldliness of spiders. Simple, engaging text conveys basic information about spiders as well as cool and quirky facts. One stop-action montage shows a spider leaping twenty times its body length!
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ecm014 - LibraryThing
I actually used this book for my first book share with my students. They had just read the fable "How Spider Got A Thin Waist", so I thought pairing that fiction with a non fiction would be a really ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ecollado - LibraryThing
This book on spiders is filled with colorful close-up portraits of spiders. Each page describes a variety of things about spiders in which there is a matching picture to demonstrate. This book ... Read full review