Item description for Spinning Spiders (Pull Ahead Books) by Ruth Berman, David M. Schleser & David T. Roberts...
Describes the physical characteristics and behavior of spiders and how they use their silk for weaving webs and other purposes.
Publishers Description Responding to the call of educators for easy-to-read nonfiction for younger students, Lerner created the Pull Ahead Books series. With higher-level thinking questions built into each text, this innovative series engages new readers in their own learning. A map activity, animal-body diagram, short glossary, and Hunt-and-Find (pre-index skills) section are included. Supports the national science education standards Unifying Concepts and Processes: Systems, Order, and Organization; Unifying Concepts and Processes: Form and Function; Science as Inquiry; and Life Science as outlined by the National Academics of Science and endorsed by the National Science Teachers Association.
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Studio: Lerner Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.02" Width: 6.18" Height: 0.1" Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 1998
Publisher Lerner Publications
ISBN 0822536102 ISBN13 9780822536109
Availability 0 units.
More About Ruth Berman, David M. Schleser & David T. Roberts
Ruth Berman was born in 1942 and has an academic affiliation as follows - Tel Aviv University.
Ruth Berman has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Spinning Spiders (Pull Ahead Books)?
Great book for little ones with an interest in spiders! Apr 2, 2008
My niece absolutely LOVES spiders, and I purchased this book for her 4th birthday. I wanted something that provided real photos of spiders but presented them in a story-like format appropriate for younger children. This book turned out to be the perfect choice: each page features a different type of spider and 2-3 lines of text describing habits of spiders and/or asking simple, interactive questions (e.g. "What kind of animal is a spider?"). The only thing missing from this book was the actual NAMES of the spiders--my niece is old enough that she was curious about the different types of spiders and kept asking for their names. Otherwise, this is an excellent book for older pre-school aged children, and I rate it 4 1/2 stars.
Great stuff for 6 year old boys (and non-squeamish moms) Dec 6, 2002
My 6 year old is just beginning to read & chose this from his school library because he's fascinated with all things bug-like. He enjoyed reading this (with help from me on the big words) and was pulled in by the vibrant photography and grossed out by some of the facts (the egg sacs in particular). I asked him the questions presented in the story but he was too worn out to answer them. Still, we both learned lots of interesting new things about spiders. Did you know that some spiders have 8 eyes? I've seen the picture to prove it! Another highlight was seeing a close-up of an intricate zig-zag spider web & another very messy web. Wow, it'll almost make me think twice before shooing the critters out of my house & destroying their webs. I'd recommend this for a 6 year old boy or girl interested in bugs.