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Andy the Spider By Samantha Rindfuss,

  • Title: Andy the Spider
  • Author: Samantha Rindfuss
  • ISBN: 9781453661918
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Paperback
  • Andy and his sister Emily have a great life, until one day when Emily is kidnapped by Harry the meanest and ugliest owl of the forest Now it is up to Andy to find his sister before anything terrible happens Along the way, Andy meets new friends that help Andy in his quest to find Emily Once Emily is found and returned to Andy, that s when problems arise Harry waAndy and his sister Emily have a great life, until one day when Emily is kidnapped by Harry the meanest and ugliest owl of the forest Now it is up to Andy to find his sister before anything terrible happens Along the way, Andy meets new friends that help Andy in his quest to find Emily Once Emily is found and returned to Andy, that s when problems arise Harry wants what he had back and he s determined to get it Nothing ever escapes from him, and it isn t going to start now Can Andy and his friends keep Emily safe from Harry Or will Harry come back for Emily and take her away forever Join Andy and his friends on their first adventure.
    Andy the Spider Andy and his sister Emily have a great life until one day when Emily is kidnapped by Harry the meanest and ugliest owl of the forest Now it is up to Andy to find his sister before anything terrible h

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    1. I won this book in a Library Thing giveaway, and thought I would read it myself before passing it along to my son I thought the story itself was cute, but that the dialogue was very stilted and that there were a lot of characters that I had a hard time keeping them all straight I wonder if a young reader would have that same difficulty.

    2. I thought the graphics on the cover of this book were fabulous This book reminded me of another sweet and friendly spider Yes, Charlotte from Charolette s Web.The storyline is very creative and meaningful I felt the subject matter was age appropriate for the book An extra bonus is that this book is part of a series.

    3. For some reason this book could not hold my attention let alone my 6 year old We both became bored with it but I trudged along to finish reading it While it does contain a certain cuteness, talking animals and a karate chopping skunk, it just wasn t enough to pull us in.

    4. This should have been an easy, quick read But it wasn t exactly geared towards children, although the context and sibling squabbling was performed with a juvenile vibe Certain things didn t even make sense to my seven year old nephew, who inquired Was it hot when the human boy walked into his room and turned on the ceiling fan when Andy was perched It was added for the plot and anyone would think the spider would have SPLAT on the wall But there is no follow up or anything And when I read You to [...]

    5. I won this book through a giveaway, but only just got around to reading and writing a review for it I had been hoping to read it with my little cousin to get a child s view of it, but I haven t seen much of him lately Oh well, onwards to the review I thought that the book was very cute The front cover art is very nice I think that if some artwork in that style was distributed through the book it would have enhanced the story even for younger kids I also liked the theme of the relationships bet [...]

    6. I won this book in the author giveaway, my 10 year old son was the 1 to read it and he instructed me to give it the full 5 stars.Although the writing for him was a bit big, he enjoyed the story very much, he said it had sad parts, some funny parts but mostly a happy story.He took the book everywhere even in the car leaving his ds behind, thats very unlike him It took him just 2 days because he couldnt put it down.Thank you to the author for selecting me.

    7. The book was OK I think just one theme and as a picture book would have been better The was modern, and there were some grammatical errors that, as a child learning to read, would cause them to believe that is correct The book seemed to be for young children, but was written for children that could read xxxxx

    8. This book is beautifully written, yet easy for younger readers to follow Get the kids away from the play station, and have them read this instead GREAT

    9. G and I are currently reading this together and he and I are enjoying it Full review to come when we are finished.

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