Spider book by eric carle
The Very Busy Spider by Eric CarleA VERY classic from Eric Carle, creator of The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Early one morning a little spider spins her web on a fence post. One by one, the animals of the nearby farm try to distract her, yet the busy little spider keeps diligently at her work. When she is done, she is able to show everyone that not only is her creation quite beautiful, it is also quite useful!
This multi-sensory book allows children to feel the pictures as well as see them. And with its rhythmic text, The Very Busy Spider becomes an experience to touch, to see, and to hear.
A beautifully executed work for the very young that satisfies the needs of both visually handicapped and sighted children without losing its artistic integrity.--The Horn Book, starred review
Both sighted and blind children will follow the action with ease . . . Visually and verbally, this is a winner.--Booklist, starred review.
Spider named after The Very Hungry Caterpillar author Eric Carle
Early one morning a little spider begins to spin her web on a fencepost. In this multi-sensory book, children can feel the pictures aswell as see them, while they hear or read the easy rhythmic text. Alongside the visual excitement of Eric Carle's vibrant collages offamiliar animals is the tactile experience of feeling the spider's webas it grows from a simple line into a complex and beautiful creation -a perfect story for reading aloud and sharing. Eric Carle is an internationally bestselling and award-winning author and illustrator of books for very young children. Eric lives in Massachusetts with his wife, Barbara. Great book with raised ink so you and your baby can feel the spiders web.
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The Very Busy Spider - Animated Children's Book
Early one morning a little spider begins to spin her web on a fencepost and she doesn't stop until it is finished Alongside the visual excitement of Eric Carle's vibrant collages of familiar animals is the tactile experience of feeling the spider's web as it grows from a simple line into a complex and beautiful creation - this is a perfect story for reading aloud and sharing. Every young child should be introduced to this story, as great a classic as its predecessor, The Very Hungry Caterpillar. This colorful picture book describes a spider's day. Blown onto a farmyard fence, she starts to spin a web. The other animals ask if she wants to play, but in every case "the spider didn't answer. She was very busy spinning her web.
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