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Get caught in a web of arachnid enchantment Spiders Scary Maybe Cool Definitely Author Pat Stadille used to be terribly afraid of these eight legged daddies, until he started learning about them Now spiders are his best friends We have a feeling you re going to feel the same way, once you hear about their silky skills, hunting habits, and generally shy and gentle nature Learn about jumpers, wolf spiders, tarantulas, and, of course, the black widow Spiders in Your Neighborhood features detailed drawings and photos of the critters you ll find, and sections on types of webs, how and where to discover spiders, spider anatomy, common relatives even a spidey quiz to test your creepy crawly knowledge So, grab a flashlight and your sleuthing kit and join Pat Spiderman Stadille on a journey around your backyard that will leave you spinning with excitement....

Title : Spiders in Your Neighborhood: A Field Guide to Your Local Spider Friends
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ISBN : 1597142603
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Heyday September 1, 2013
Number of Pages : 32 pages
File Size : 670 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Spiders in Your Neighborhood: A Field Guide to Your Local Spider Friends Reviews

  • jonathan davis
    2018-12-03 23:34

    cannot be used as a field guide

  • diane grham
    2018-11-12 22:29

    very enjoyable, lots of great pictures and well presented, great little book

  • don ennis
    2018-12-06 21:32

    The book was short, but paxcked with useful information. Many things were there trhat I did not know previously. -Don Ennis

  • Fred
    2018-11-29 04:47

    My 4 year old and 2 year old are obsessed with this book about spiders. We read it at least once a day. They are fascinated with spiders and other bugs, and now when we go for walks they try to identify the types of spider webs and spiders we see in the trees and bushes. This book is fun and educational (the author is very lighthearted and makes jokes throughout the text)- its a short paperback, and is small enough to take with us when we are going places so they can compare the spiders and webs they find to the ones in the book. I highly recommend this to any kids who love nature and bugs, or any adult who wants a better understanding of which spiders are friendly and which ones you might want to smash.

  • Jason Campbell
    2018-11-20 23:30

    Spiders are gross, five stars.