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Miss Spider's Tea Party

by David Kirk

Series: Miss Spider

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When lonely Miss Spider tries to host a tea party, the other bugs refuse to come for fear of being eaten!

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Miss Sider wants to put on a tea party, but none of the other bugs what to come because they are scared of her. When one bug cannot fly because of wet wings, Miss Spider helps by serving tea while they wait for the moth's wings to dry. When the moth tells all his friends, the rest of the bugs want to come to Miss Spider's tea party. ( )
  Annalisebradshaw | Feb 10, 2018 |
a fun book about miss spider and her fancy tea party
1 large book
1 board book
  TUCC | Jun 26, 2017 |
MIss Spider struggles to find other bugs to enjoy tea with her.
Dialogue and actions of bugs are human-like, believable settings
  klum15 | Jan 24, 2017 |
These books have some of the most enchanting settings and character illustrations for children's books that I have ever seen! David Kirk does an excellent job bringing the world of curious bugs and elegant spiders to life.
  Andrea_LaLonde | Aug 12, 2016 |
Gives the children a way to see how it's not nice to be judgmental of someone because they may be different. Be open to meeting new people. ( )
  SynthiaW | Feb 18, 2016 |
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"Miss Spider's Tea Party" is an excellent book about friendship. This is also a great resource for counting activities.
added by courtneyemahr | editCourtney E. Mahr
 

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Please do not combine Miss's Tea Party with Miss Spider's Tea Party: The Counting Book. According to the author's own website, they are separate books.
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When lonely Miss Spider tries to host a tea party, the other bugs refuse to come for fear of being eaten!

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Miss Spider wants to host a tea party but the other bugs are afraid that she will eat them. The other bugs learn that just because someone is different that doesn't mean they are scary of will hurt you.
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