Revista Spider The Magazine For Children – 09/21
SPIDER contains content uniquely designed for new independent readers. With pages filled with fun stories, poems, activities and illustrations by famous children’s artists, Spider will keep young readers engaged and drawn into the fun of reading!
Specially written for that magical age when children first get excited about reading on their own, SPIDER Magazine is filled with fantasy and adventure stories by celebrated authors, folk tales, nonfiction, poems, activities, and illustrations by famous children’s artists.
Go on daring quests for fantastical and quite real dragons of all shapes and sizes. Then discover the most enjoyable way to devour slippery, sliding noodles. Fork, spoon, or chopsticks?
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Front Cover by Christopher Cyr
SPIDER Magazine is bringing you a thunder of dragons and a feast for your imagination. Plus, use your noodle to noodle through some mouth-watering stories and poems about spaghetti.
Travel to the far East to learn about festivals, foods, fantastical creatures, and how to eat without a fork. Make your own dazzling dragon and how to find real-life dragons in your own backyard. Gorgeous illustrations and engaging writing keep kids engaged and entertained.
Enjoy features including:
· Good Knight! By Percival Gawain-Verde
· Sticky Rice Balls by May-May Sugihara
· Thanking the Moon by Stacey Lane
· Mid-Autumn Festival by Diana Murray
· Matthias and the Dragons by Maggie Murphy
· Wisecracking Dragon by Chester D. Jester
· Real-Life Dragons by Tracy Vonder Brink
· Bug Adventure by Michael Chesworth
· Use Your Noodle! by Kathleen Bahr
· Never Trust Spaghetti by Tyne Brown
· Chopsticks by Grace Kang
· How to Eat with Chopsticks by Nancy J. Valentine
Regular features of SPIDER Magazine include: Spider’s Corner, Spider’s Mailbox, Ophelia’s Last Word, Bug Adventure, Buggy Bulletin, The Fun Zone, Mind-Buggler, and Spider and the Gang