Sunny Patch School Was the best place to go To study the lessons All bugs ought to know. When the first day of school arrives, Little Miss Spider is almost beside herself with excitement. She gobbles her breakfast ("a fresh flower plate") and runs all the way to Sunny Patch School. But poor Miss Spider is in for a day of frustration. She can''t seem to master the new lessons: dung digging, leaf drilling, stinging, or flying. As the day draws to a close, Miss Spider bemoans her lack of skills. Isn''t there anything she can do well? We are all soon to find out...
David Kirk''s bestselling Miss Spider series, including Miss Spider''s Tea Party and Miss Spider''s New Car, blasts the reader with brilliant splashes of color and quirky, bug-eyed (no, really!) insect characters. In this second adventure of the spinoff Little Miss Spider series, Kirk''s droll verses harmonize with the shiny, eye-catching paintings for a heartwarming tale, sure to be a favorite with Miss Spider''s ever-increasing entourage of fans--especially those getting ready for their first day of school! (Ages 3 to 7) --Emilie Coulter
Little Miss Spider''s very first day at school "brings nothing but frustration as the little arachnid finds she is a failure at leaf chewing, flying, stinging, and other bug activities...[When] she rescues a fellow classmate from a spout...the principal praises her for her kindness, the best gift of all." - School Library Journal
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