Super Spiders (Read Me!: Walk on the Wild Side) by Charlotte Guillain starts right out with the important question: “Are you afraid of spiders, or do you find them interesting?” If you fall in the “spiders are amazing” camp, then this is a book for you.
Read to find out what spiders look like, what they eat, and how they spin their webs. Colorful photographs show close-ups of many different kinds of spiders. The big-eyed jumping spiders shown on page 6 are a favorite of mine. They are just adorable.
Doesn’t it look like it has eyelashes?
Super Spiders is perfect for future arachnologists, but might also be useful for children who fall closer to Miss Moffett. Often learning about something makes it less frightening, especially insects and spiders.
Looking for books for a unit on spiders? Try our list of Spider Books for Kids at the Science Books for Kids website.
Other titles in the Walk on the Wild Side series include Amazing Elephants, Mighty Lions, Powerful Polar Bears and Shocking Sharks.
Reading level: 1-3
Series: Read Me!: Walk on the Wild Side
Paperback: 32 pages
Publisher: Raintree (August 14, 2014)
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