The spider is so full of life, and the girl hopes to be the spider's friend-but what does the spider want? Why does she sit in the den?
The girl and the spider don't speak the same language, but after a while, they learn to communicate. The girl even tries to share food with the lovely spider, but the spider doesn't want apples and cheese; the spider needs flies and other bugs to eat. Despite their differences, they remain friends. Still, the spider can't stay in the den forever. Miss Spider must make a web somewhere outside to catch her prey. The little girl is just happy to have made a new friend-one that is fun, fascinating, and not very scary at all.
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About the Author
In the meantime, she attended the Middleton Primary School to the age of twelve and then Morant Bay High until she was fourteen.
She immigrated to England at the age of fourteen where she joined her father who had been living there for some time. She began attending Hatters Lane School for girls. This school was located in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Her education was cut short as she graduated from Hatters Lane two years later. She graduated with a Certificate of Secondary Education in Art, English, Mathematics and Religious Knowledge.
After graduating school in England, she went on to work in the Harrison Stamp Factory. There she had the opportunity to stand in the presence of the Queen of England, the Duke of Edinburgh and her two younger sons, Andrew and Edward. She later went on to London School of Technologies for basic computer skills after which she worked a Key Punch Operator at G-Plan Furniture in High Wycombe.
After spending 9 years in England, she immigrated to the United States where she now resides. She's been no less busy since her arrival in America. She attended and graduated from Suffolk Community College (AA. Degree) and Stony Brook University with a BA Degree. Afterward, she put her skills to use and has worked in the Human Services Field in areas such as Mental Health and Mental Retardation. She worked for the Long Island Developmental Disabilities Office for almost 25 years. She currently works at EPIC Long Island, as Medicaid Service Coordinator, advocating on the behalf of people with mental cognition.
When she's not working to help others, Ms. Crosdale is an avid traveler, traveling across many continents. In the course of her travels she has experienced many different cultures and has learned a lot about the different peoples she has met.
Rebeca also enjoys gardening, cooking and photography.
She has a great desire to share some of her experiences, many with children who may never have the experiences or enjoy the firsthand knowledge that she has gained.
Writing, she feels, is probably the best way to share.