Charlotte's Web

Charlotte's Web

By (author) E. B. White

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E. B. White's Charlotte's Web in full colour makes a perfect gift. "No child should be without a copy". (Daily Mail). The classic, much-loved story by E. B. White, beautifully illustrated by Garth Williams, is reissued in large format paperback in full colour. This is an ideal book to read aloud and share with all the family. One spring morning a little girl called Fern rescues a runt and names him Wilbur. But then Wilbur is sent to live on a farm where he meets Charlotte, a very clever and very beautiful large grey spider. They become best friends and, when Wilbur is faced with a dreadful fate - the butcher's chop! - Charlotte must find a very clever way to save him. E. B. White was born in New York in 1899 and died in 1985. He kept animals on his farm in Maine and some of these creatures crept into his books, such as Stuart Little which was made into a blockbusting film. He received many awards including the Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal in 1970, an award given every five years to authors who have 'made a substantial and lasting contribution to literature for children'.

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  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 196 x 262 x 20mm | 639.99g
  • 01 Aug 2013
  • Penguin Books Ltd
  • Puffin Books
  • London
  • English
  • coloured-up line drawings
  • 014133133X
  • 9780141331331
  • 50,851

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E. B. White was born in New York in 1899 and died in 1985. He kept animals on his farm in Maine and some of these creatures crept into his books, such as STUART LITTLE which was recently made into a blockbusting film. He received many awards including the Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal in 1970, an award given every five years to authors who have 'made a substantial and lasting contribution to literature for children'.

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No child should be without a copy Daily Mail

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