Item description for The Scarecrow and the Spider by Todd Smith...
Overview It's tough making friends when you're a scarecrow-everyone seems to be afraid of you. Such is the life of Benny the Scarecrow, until he meets a little, eight-legged friend who shares his predicament. As they grow to be friends, the unlikely pair learns the importance of friendship and about the Friend who is always with them. Through this charming story, written and illustrated by Todd Aaron Smith, children of any age will come to learn that even when they feel all alone, they will always find that their greatest friend is God.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10" Width: 9" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Sep 30, 2005
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Grade Level Grade School
ISBN 1400305500 ISBN13 9781400305506
Availability 0 units.
More About Todd Smith
Todd Aaron Smith is the author and illustrator of eleven children's books, which have won him a spot on the CBA bestseller list, as well as a CBA Impact award. Before writing and illustrating children's books, Todd worked as a professional animator, winning a national award for best animated commercial of the year. Todd is also a freelance penciller for Archie Comics Publications, Inc. Todd and his wife, Veronica, have a daughter and son.
Todd Aaron Smith currently resides in Joplin, in the state of Missouri.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Scarecrow and the Spider?
Cats Aug 22, 2009
I am a Pre-Kindergarten Teacher and my students love this book, they ask to have it read to them; the pictures are great and the story's message is wonderful!
Should not be in my child's public school library Dec 6, 2008
I was very upset when my child brought home this Christian book from his school library. He goes to a public school and if Christians can ban classics such as Tom Sawyer and To Kill a Mockingbird, they should not be able to have books that proselytize religion in public schools. It is called Separation of Church and State for a reason. I am going to donate children's' books on Secular Humanism and Atheism and see how long they stay on the shelf. Not only is it inappropriate but it is poorly written.