What do different spiders look like?
Are they fluffy or smooth? Spotted or plain? Discover the answer with this simple, easy-to-read story!
Spiders might seem scary, but look closer—they’re fascinating as well!
Can a Spider Be Fluffy? introduces children (and adults) to an incredible variety of spiders, encouraging readers to stop and study these unique arachnids. In this nonfiction picture book, you will meet all sorts of spiders, both common and rare—from spiders you may have found hiding in a corner to others you’ve never even heard about!
This book will:
- teach young readers fun descriptive words like smooth, shiny, hairy, prickly, and spiky,
- make spiders less scary for children who might be afraid of them, and
- encourage children to explore nature and science with three bonus activities!
Can a Spider Be Fluffy? is an excellent resource for preschool, kindergarten, and early elementary students, for parents and teachers alike. Ideal for ages 3 to 8.
Plus, Can a Spider Be Fluffy? is a great choice for fans of National Geographic’s Kids Readers, Bethany Barton’s I’m Trying to Love Spiders, or Dianna Hutts Aston’s A Beetle Is Lively. This is an early-science/nature story written to engage young children and encourage them to explore the world around us.