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Book Overview

This description may be from another edition of this product. An affectionate, sometimes bashful pig named Wilbur befriends a spider named Charlotte, who lives in the rafters above his pen. A prancing, playful bloke, Wilbur is devastated when he learns of the...

Customer Reviews

14 ratings

Not what i ordered

I ordered this book because it is required with our homeschool curriculum, I matched up the ISBN number because we needed a certain one and the 60th anniversary edition. Well, it comes and it is not only in terrible condition it is not the correct edition. So disappointing.

Horrible Condition

Received book with pages missing, some ripped out pages have been shoved randomly back into the book. Jacket was folded and ripped, also.

Love this story!

Great book to have if you love Charlotte's Web, for any age.

NOT good condition

They should refund for sellers lying about condition of the product. Good condition= no tears, stains and minimal writing. This was old and musty with gross yellow spotting everywhere like it had been in a smokers house. The book is in GROSS condition.

Charlotte's Web

Loved this book as a child so definitely wanted to get it for my granddaughter but was a little disappointed in the condition of the book.i ordered the hard cover like new condition but the book jacket was ripped in several places and the book was also written in. I just expected more from a book that says its like new.

Charlotte's web was a favorite among my girl's

A timeless classic. I have read this book to my girls many times and have chosen to carry on this tradition and bought this book to read to future generations!

Kate DeCamillo is NOT the author, she only is the writer of the forward in this book! E.B. White is

This is a wonderful story and a true classic! It is timeless in it's message about friendship and loyalty. Unfortunately, the author's billing should be for the author, E.B. White, not Kate DeCamillo. She wrote the forward, but unless I am mistaken about how it is handled, her name should not be linked as being the author when I search for Kate DeCamillo books.

My son's favorite book

This is my son's favorite book. He demands I read it every night.

Beautiful book.

This book is very sweet. Great read aloud for you and your kiddos!

Touching

This is the touching story of a little pig from death by a girl who took pity on him and decided to rear him. The pig later makes friends with a spider. It's a great book for kids. A pity it is out of print. If you're looking for something similar (touching and amusing) try Winnie Ille Pu (Latin Edition), if you're up to something more daring and adventurous try Insula Thesauraria (Latin Edition).

same book you read as a child

This is the same book you read as a child but in a hard cover, with giant print. I am really happy with the high quality of this book.

Charlotte's Web, the Book Versus the Movie

Hi I'm Itselle and I'm going to talk about the book Charlotte's Web. You might have read the book or have seen the movie. I have done both and I have noticed that Charlotte's Web the movie and Charlotte's Web the book are different in some interesting ways. One way was when Fern found out that her dad was going to kill the spring pig because in the movie she saw her father with the axe going to the barn at night and she followed him to the barn but, in the book she asks her mom where her dad is going with the axe in the morning. I think the differences the book and the movie don't really matter that much. I think that because, in general, the same problems and events happend in the book and in the movie. I enjoyed both of them a lot. They both were very funny and sad at the same time, which I loved. I recommend the book Charlotte's Web to 4th and 5th graders and the movie to people who like kid movies. Itselle R. - St. Ignatius School, Bronx, NY

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Charlotte's Web in 22 Years of Oprah's Book Club = We’ll Read What She's Reading, Please
22 Years of Oprah's Book Club = We’ll Read What She's Reading, Please
Published by Beth Clark • November 02, 2018
Since Oprah's original Book Club launched in 1996, it's evolved and taken on different forms, but it's still going strong because, well, she's Oprah. She's recommended 79+ books, plus written a few of her own (no pun intended), all of which invariably enhance the world of readers, even if it's just by making them think for a few pages. Below are nine recent titles, plus the one it all began with, so peruse and choose what speaks to you. Oh, and you can shop right from our blog!
Charlotte's Web in In Honor of Banned Books Week, Let's Ban Banning Books Once and for All
In Honor of Banned Books Week, Let's Ban Banning Books Once and for All
Published by Beth Clark • September 24, 2018

Okay, maybe we can’t eliminate censorship (yet...#goals), but we can celebrate Banned Books Week with gusto by reading all of the stories that someone (or someones) tried to silence, destroy, or restrict access to. Here are 50 of the most frequently banned and/or most recently challenged books, along with the "who, why, and how" of literary censorship in America.

Charlotte's Web in The Great American Read: All 100 Best-Loved Novels!
The Great American Read: All 100 Best-Loved Novels!
Published by Beth Clark • August 31, 2018

The Great American Read is a PBS series that explores and celebrates the power of reading as the core of an ambitious digital, educational, and community outreach campaign designed to get the country reading and passionately talking about books. One hundred books, to be exact, so happy reading!

Charlotte's Web in The Great American Read on PBS
The Great American Read on PBS
Published by Beth Clark • August 03, 2018
The Great American Read is a PBS series that explores and celebrates the power of reading as the core of an ambitious digital, educational, and community outreach campaign designed to get the country reading and passionately talking about books. One hundred books, to be exact, so as promised, here are the next 20!
Charlotte's Web in Famous Last Lines: Endings to Remember
Famous Last Lines: Endings to Remember
Published by Beth Clark • May 31, 2018

For all of our "get the last word in" readers (you know who you are!), here are some famous last lines to applaud, echo, laugh at, and think about.

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