It's Christmas Eve and Little Miss Spider wishes most of all that she had a little brother or sister to help her build snowy creatures and eat Betty Beetle's fig pudding. But then Little Miss Spider meets Asparagus "Gus" Beetle, an orphan who is spending Christmas alone, and before long Little Miss Spider, Gus, and Betty Beetle are glowing with good cheer. Could Gus be the little brother Little Miss Spider has wished so hard for?David Kirk has created a sparkling story for the holiday season about generosity, compassion, and finding one's way home.
|Series:||Little Miss Spider|
|Product dimensions:||9.34(w) x 7.07(h) x 0.39(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Kirk has studied painting for more than twenty years, starting in junior high school. A graduate of the Cleveland Art Institute, his bold palette and unique style are influenced by everything from nineteenth century academic painting to 1930s animation. Mr. Kirk lives in upstate New York with his wife, Kathy, and his daughters, Violet, Primrose, and Wisteria.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
this book is great for all children any age there are great bright pictures and the author keeps the book very intresting for the kids where they are able to stay invoveld with the story....the whole collection is all the same and i say buy this book for your child they will really enjoy it.