A Huntsman Spider In My House

Overview

A common Huntsman spider is caught in the world of a little human girl.

Will the Huntsman spider survive?

 
Children are too often taught to quickly rid their world of pesky, scary spiders.
 
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A Huntsman Spider In My House: Little Aussie Critters

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Overview

A common Huntsman spider is caught in the world of a little human girl.

Will the Huntsman spider survive?

 
Children are too often taught to quickly rid their world of pesky, scary spiders.
 
A Huntsman Spider in My House is an imaginative and engaging story of a Huntsman spider and a little girl, designed for young children all over the world.
 
The delightfully simple style and vivid graphics will entertain and inspire children to appreciate the world in which they live.
 
A Huntsman Spider in My House is the first in the Little Aussie Critters children’s book series.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781614488422
  • Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/1/2014
  • Pages: 34
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Michelle K. Ray is a former police officer who hails from Sydney, Australia. She loves nature and all forms of animals and insects in the wild. Inspired by catching and releasing Huntsman spiders in her own home, her Little Aussie Critters children’s book series is based on true tales of growing up with little Australian critters. Learn more at www.michellekr.com.

Sylvie Ashford is an Australian illustrator who speaks three languages. She grew up amongst the gum trees of Australia's beautiful Hawkesbury River and loves all insects and animals. She has been blessed to live around the globe experiencing many cultures. She also writes poetry and has created her own blog riverscribbles.wordpress.com to showcase her work.

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Read an Excerpt

He’s simply hunting insects, looking happy to be free.
 
What if I catch him carefully and release him out the door.

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