Cobweb Capers – Dr J E McGee (Illustrated by Marisa Lewis)

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Five friendly spiders live in Mr Arbuthnot’s shed, AJ, Clay, Marley, Mirabelle and Orson. Join them in their adventures as you read the collection of short stories . There are also Halloween and Christmas themed activities.

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One Small Step for Spiders – Jane E McGee

one small step for spiders900 words Children 5 – 7 years

This story is the sequel to ‘the Spider that came in from the cold’. The spiders are in for a new adventure. The five friendly spiders live in Mr Arbuthnot’s garden shed. When they hear that two locusts have escaped from the biology lab of the local school the race is on to build webs to catch them before they eat Mr Arbuthnot’s vegetables.

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Five friendly spiders lived in Mr Arbuthnot’s garden shed. It was a hot and sunny day in June. Mr Arbuthnot and his next door neighbour Mrs Van Hendrick were talking in the garden. ‘Sssshhhh’, said Marley, the sensible spider, he was trying to listen to what they were saying. He had heard the word ‘locust’. Suddenly Mr. Arbuthnot came into the shed and placed a poster on the side and then left again.

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The Spider That Came in From the Cold – Jane E McGee

cover1300 words (illustrated) Children 5 – 7 years

Five friendly spiders live in Mr Arbuthnot’s garden shed. When Clay, the mischievous spider, gets into a tricky situation with Maximillian, the cat next door, the other four spiders must act quickly to work out a rescue plan.

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Five friendly spiders lived in Mr Arbuthnot’s garden shed. It was a very spider-friendly shed because it was full of cobwebs and very untidy because Mr Arbuthnot was too busy to tidy his shed. “Brrrr, it’s cold outside”, said Marley. It was getting dark and icicles were starting to form on the windows. Marley, the sensible spider looked around the shed and could see just two other spiders, Orson and Mirabelle. Orson, the poetic spider, who only spoke in rhyme, was reading his favourite book, “Seven Secret Spiders.”

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