Miss Spider's Tea Party: The Counting Book

Miss Spider s Tea Party The Counting Book You are cordially invited to the most charming tea party ever tossed by a lonely lovable ladylike spider With vibrant oil paintings and elegant rhyming verses renowned toy designer David Kirk serve

  • Title: Miss Spider's Tea Party: The Counting Book
  • Author: David Kirk
  • ISBN: 9780590065191
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Board Book
  • You are cordially invited to the most charming tea party ever tossed by a lonely, lovable, ladylike spider With vibrant oil paintings and elegant rhyming verses, renowned toy designer David Kirk serves up an irresistible story about the rewards of kindness and the importance of friendship Full color.

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      Published :2019-09-07T06:33:48+00:00

    About "David Kirk"

    1. David Kirk

      David Kirk is the creator of children s books that follow the character Miss Spider Before writing books, he made colorful toys that were sold in hand painted boxes He was urged to write children s books when his toys caught the interest of a book packager It wasn t difficult to figure out what he would use as characters in his stories his daughter, Violet, had a liking for bugs.enpedia wiki David_KLibrarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name.

    516 thoughts on “Miss Spider's Tea Party: The Counting Book”


    1. David Kirk’s Miss Spider has made the big time since she first hit the bookshelves in 1994, with a slew of books, an animated series starring Kristin Davis as the voice of Miss Spider (Miss Spider’s Sunny Patch Friends), and a video game. Kirk was a toymaker before becoming a children’s author, and was inspired by his bug-loving daughter Violet to write about bugs.Kirk’s illustrations are crystal clear and full of bright colors and lively characters. Miss Spider’s Tea Party is the perf [...]


    2. Miss Spiders Tea Party The Counting Book is about a friendly spider that is trying to have a tea party for all of the other bugs. Although she finds throughout the book that many of the bugs are afraid of her. We find new things Miss Spider has done to set up e tea party and which bugs are rejecting her through numbers. For example "Eight tea cakes sat without one bite." The number eight is displayed and the sentence has it spelled out. The Pictures on each page show the number of things being c [...]


    3. I read this book for the first time as a child. This is the first title that came to memory when we were asked to bring children’s books into my English class, I remember this book because although it had a very difficult plot to understand, if a plot at all, it taught me to count.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Spoiler’s Ahead!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Spoiler AlertThe book starts off stating one insect and it’s current activity, then two insects names and their occupation and so on p [...]


    4. I actually got this one on accident as our library just listed it asMiss Spider's Tea Party and not "The Counting Book" which is an abridged version of the story. Recommended for Memoria Press First Grade, but after reading through the board book I think I might have to buy both the real book and the board book. The illustrations are very bright and there seems to be a good underlying message about being nice


    5. The pictures seem a bit lush so that I think it may work well for older kids interested in identifying and counting the bugs in the various pictures. The text is brief with a bit of fun and irregular rhyme which is nicely age-appropriate although the lesson of being nice and making friends may be a bit overbearing. Digital illustration usually annoys me but this one isn't so bad despite the rounded, plasticy shapes.


    6. i love this book so much, i look forward to little kids coming over so i have an excuse to read it out loud. the images are bright and colorful and the story has a nice rhythm to it. besides counting, the story teaches about judging people based on appearances. i have never had a child not want to read it twice during one sitting.


    7. Miss Spider has set a lovely table and is waiting for 10 friends to come join her; but no one comes because they are frightened by her. When she saves a moth the insects discover she is very kind and come to her tea party.I am sure little ones, like me, would want to go to her tea party every time she had one.


    8. Miss Spider has set a lovely table and is waiting for 10 friends to come join her; but no one comes because they are frightened by her. When she saves a moth the insects discover she is very kind and come to her tea party.I am sure little ones, like me, would want to go to her tea party every time she had one.


    9. This was a perfect book to work with my neice and nephew on their counting. They loved the animals, and all the beautifully silly artwork. It was a counting book based off of Miss Spider, as she goes through a Tea Party.



    10. This is our kids' favorite counting book. Charming rhymes and story. Contains the theme of wanting to be accepted for actions rather than appearance.


    11. I read this book as a part of my Kindergarden lesson. The students loved this book. I asked them what number came next and I also asked about emotions.



    12. Really cute book with a nice rhyme. Miss Spider has a tea party, but no bugs want to attend until the end. Try to find the butterflies in the flowers!




    13. A really cute and colourful counting book for the preschool crowd that also teaches that you shouldn't be afraid of what you don't know.


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