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explained Be Nice to Spiders, review Be Nice to Spiders, trailer Be Nice to Spiders, box office Be Nice to Spiders, analysis Be Nice to Spiders, Be Nice to Spiders 2010 When Billy Left His Pet Spider, Helen, At The Zoo, The Animals Suddenly Became Happy And Contented The Lions Snoozed All Day Long, The Elephants Enjoyed Their Baths, And The Zebras Ate Their Hay In Peace All Because Helen Was Spinning Webs And Catching FliesBut One Day Helen S Webs Were Swept Away The Keeper Had The Cages Cleaned For The Mayor S Inspection Tour Soon The Flies Were Back Again And The Animals Were Miserable Once But Not For LongChildren Will Be Fascinated And Amused By The Way Helen Solved The Problem And Won A Permanent Place Of Honor For Herself In The ZooMargaret Bloy Graham S Pictures Match The Wit And Charm Of Her Delightful Story explained Be Nice to Spiders, review Be Nice to Spiders, trailer Be Nice to Spiders, box office Be Nice to Spiders, analysis Be Nice to Spiders, Be Nice to Spiders 2010 When Billy Left His Pet Spider, Helen, At The Zoo, The Animals Suddenly Became Happy And Contented The Lions Snoozed All Day Long, The Elephants Enjoyed Their Baths, And The Zebras Ate Their Hay In Peace All Because Helen Was Spinning Webs And Catching FliesBut One Day Helen S Webs Were Swept Away The Keeper Had The Cages Cleaned For The Mayor S Inspection Tour Soon The Flies Were Back Again And The Animals Were Miserable Once But Not For LongChildren Will Be Fascinated And Amused By The Way Helen Solved The Problem And Won A Permanent Place Of Honor For Herself In The ZooMargaret Bloy Graham S Pictures Match The Wit And Charm Of Her Delightful Story

  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Be Nice to Spiders
  • Margaret Bloy Graham
  • English
  • 18 October 2018
  • 9780060220730

10 thoughts on “Be Nice to Spiders

  1. says:

    Oh, gosh A rediscovered childhood favorite This is actually from way before my time, even, first published in the late 60s and while it certainly is a tad dated now such as all the workers at the zoo being men , I still think it could win over kids today Helen the spider arrives at the front gates of the zoo with a note from the little boy who owns her asking them to please take care of her because can t take her with him to his new no pets allowed apartment When the box is opened, she escapes and is soon building her web in the animals cages I was so fascinated by her web building process as a kid The poor lions are first they are plagued by flies but Helen eagerly catches flies for her meals and soon the lions are fly free and happy But then an important guest is scheduled to visit the zoo and the manager wants the zoo cleaned top to bottom including getting rid of all those nasty spider webs What will happen to Helen And the animals Of course, there is a happy ending And while those who do not like zoos will probably frown about the animals being in their tiny cages, I do think that the overall message of the book is an important one, showing how nature works in harmony and that we shouldn t discount the contribution of one type of creature, even if it s tiny and unpopular BE NICE TO SPIDERS

  2. says:

    3 art5 storyIn my Parenting by the Book theory, this book is right up there Squirt screams when he sees a spider This annoys me I want him to appreciate bugs.Tadah Here s Helen I ll let you know if it works He liked the story Whether he will like spiders is still up in the air.

  3. says:

    Dear Publisher, Please keep this book in your active files no need to redo it in any way except keep it available since the art is as delightful as the story as I weary of updated art especially when the original is terrific.Thanks,A Librarian who reads this to children who still enjoy it immensely.

  4. says:

    We attended a summer library program that included facts and stories about spiders It was a fun program and afterward, our girls flocked toward a table filled with books on spiders, taking home several I don t remember reading this book before, but it s likely that it was at my local library when I was a child, too I love sharing books like this, ones that have really stood the test of time The illustrations are fun, and reminded me strongly of the Harry books by Gene Zion which makes sense, as Margaret Bloy Graham illustrated them all.

  5. says:

    A low drama childhood favorite with an pleasing message, recently rediscovered at a local thrift store.

  6. says:

    When Billy has to move to an apartment that doesn t allow pets, he leaves his pet spider Helen at the zoo with a note that reads, Please look after Helen I ve had her since she was a baby, but I can t keep her any The keeper opens the box, Helen jumps out, and quickly makes herself at home around the zoo spinning webs in the animals enclosures and eating all of the bothersome insects that irritate them The zoo animals are much happier with Helen in residence When the Mayor comes for an inspection, however, the keepers are told to clean away all of Helen s webs Helen goes into hiding with the camels who remain happy and bug free , but the other animals health and happiness quickly deteriorates without the efforts of their busy spider friend When the keepers realize what s going on, they welcome Helen and her many, MANY children back into the zoo.This is a charming story that shows how spiders can be helpful and not creepy and terrifying Helen smiles out from the center of her web plump and happy, surrounded by the flies she s caught and, later, her offspring Very cute This will have kids clamoring to adopt their own pet spiders instead of smashing them.

  7. says:

    My son made me so proud this past week He asked if he could stay longer at preschool because he had just discovered an interesting spider and wanted to look at it with the other kids I watched him play from the car and was amazed at the compassion he showed for such a small life While the other kids were trying their best to kill or torture the spider, he protected it He told the other kids to leave the spider alone and boxed them out when they tried to get in close to do some damage We later let the spider go in a safe location before we left, but only after I spent a couple minutes convincing him the spider would be happier living outside than in one of my son s bug carriers.So Cut forward to the next day and I checked out Be Nice to Spiders from the library My son wanted to read it immediately when he set his eyes on it The book is a nice tale about the important work spiders do namely catching annoying flies The message is helped along by the cute artwork and slightly pattern based plot A splendid book to share with a little boy who loves creepy crawlies and can put value in their tiny existences.

  8. says:

    This book taught me, as the title proclaims, to always Be Nice to Spiders I learned this as a child, and I am still practicing this wisdom A splendid book for children and adults alike One of my all time favorites I am happy it is still in publication for new generations of young readers and their parents.

  9. says:

    Helen the spider quickly earned her keep at the zoo She was happy until the zoo workers were told to get rid of all the spiderwebs This fiction story allows readers to understand that spiders, while creepy to some, are good to have around.

  10. says:

    This is an interesting way to illustrate the idea that every creature no matter how small is important in the grand scheme of things.

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