Wednesday, 19 June 2019

"There's a Spider in my Soup" by Megan Brewis (OUP / Oxford Children's Books)

Yikes! Not a fan of spiders here at ReadItDaddy Towers, and definitely not a fan of finding them languishing in our food.

In "There's a Spider in my Soup" by Megan Brewis, a mischievous spider loves nothing more than energetically swinging on her web.

Despite her mum and dad's warnings, little spider can't stop swinging - but when her swinging lands her in someone's lovely tasty lunchtime comestible, it's an opportunity to make new friends and do something adventurous that the whole family can enjoy!

Time for some splishy splashy fun!!

We rather liked the message here, that sometimes the rules are there to be bent a little if not totally broken - and sometimes getting messy is a whole lot of fun.

Sum this book up in a sentence: With a lovely bounce-along story, tons of energy and gorgeous illustrations, this is rather awesome indeed!

"There's a Spider in my Soup" by Megan Brewis is out now, published by OUP / Oxford Children's Books (kindly supplied for review)