Linda Asato, with the help of illustrations by Ryan Shaw, delights children with a story that teaches the days of the week, numbers up to seven, and the sight of planes, snails, squirrels, crows, lizards, flies, and, of course, a spider.
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Spider In Our Mailbox based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
"Spider in Our Mailbox" is a delightful story of a young girl who likes to check the mail. Everyday she goes out to the box, she encounters a spider bouncing on his web. What will happen when Sunday comes? My four-year-old son enjoyed the book so much, he wanted to read it again when I finished. "Spider in Our Mailbox" is perfect for preschoolers and young elementary students who love learning with repetition. The story explores every day nook and crannies in an imaginative way that appeals to children. It's also a great book to introduce the days of the week. Ryan Shaw's illustrations are sharp and attractive. "Spider in Our Mailbox" is a must have for any children's library.