Children’s Book Teaches Bravery, Friendship and Spider Facts

Author Olivia Eddy brings to life a dynamic story about spiders-their anatomy-habits and lifestyle in this amusing tale of bravery and fellowship. Two spider families overcome their differences and join forces and help a baby spider in--THE HATCHLING
By: Eloquent Books
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Sept. 15, 2008 - PRLog -- The Websters and the Silksmiths are two spider families that share the attic in an old Victorian house where the Anderson family lives. The Silksmiths baby (hatchling) was born with a missing leg leaving the couple desperately seeking the help of the brilliant Dr. Threads. The doctor lives down in the basement of the house and the journey there is filled with dangerous challenges. The Silksmiths have to make the journey and seek help from the Websters. Together the families set out on their quest to help the hatchling and face grave danger as they become entangled with the Anderson family. The danger intensifies when the Websters only child Spinner is captured by Donald Anderson. Will Spinner remember what he was taught to do when danger strikes and escape Donald’s trap? Or is it too late for an escape?

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About the Author:                                                                                              
Olivia Eddy has spent a lot of time with nature while growing up and is especially inspired by small insects and their organized lifestyles. Her research on the anatomy, habits and facts about spiders help bring this captivating story to life. Her three children loved hearing her stories while growing up and her hope is to teach children valuable facts and lessons while they read. She plans on writing more books in the Spinthrift Series while living in Calgary, Alberta with her family.
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