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Product description

A classic story by the author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Just as bright – and just as beautiful! Early one morning, a little spider sits down on the fence and starts working. She’s doing something important, and she won’t stop until she’s finished. While the spider works, lots of farm animals ask her to play. But the spider is much too busy. What is she making? Trace the textured shape of her web with your finger as you read this story, and feel it grow from a simple line into a complex and beautiful thing…

  • An interactive classic with a textured web to touch
  • This delightful story explores the marvels of nature
  • Full of Eric Carle’s distinctive collage illustrations
  • Repetitive text with lots of animal noises to repeat

Product Details


Board Book





Date published

September 26th, 1996

Other details
  • 28 pages


UK edition


Eric Carle

7313 eric carle 1 848913


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  1. Fairy thumb 11

    on 22 May 2012

    My brother(Maximilian) enjoyed this book because the spider was making a beautiful web

    5out of 5
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    on 3 March 2012

    Me and my son love this book he can touch the web and look at the pictures while i can read and make animal noises.

    5out of 5
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    on 1 March 2012

    this book has great illustrations.

    4out of 5