Frank The Seven-legged Spider by Michaele RaziFrank The Seven-legged Spider by Michaele Razi

Frank The Seven-legged Spider

byMichaele Razi

Hardcover | September 12, 2017

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A fun-read aloud picture book about a spider who loves to weave amazing artistic webs, only to wake up one day to discover he's missing a leg. Is he still a spider if he only has seven legs? His question is answered as his search for his missing leg takes readers on an adventure that is sure to bring a smile even to those wary of spiders.

Frank loves being a spider, especially the part that involves having eight glorious legs. But one morning Frank wakes up missing a leg. One of his friends exclaims, "I barely recognize him!" Another friend asks, "Are you still a spider, Frank?" Is he still a spider? Frank doesn't know. A funny and heartfelt quest filled with surprises ensues as Frank searches for his leg and the answer to his identity.
MICHAELE RAZI is a children's book author and illustrator in Seattle, WA. Frank the Seven-Legged Spider is her authorial debut.
Title:Frank The Seven-legged SpiderFormat:HardcoverDimensions:32 pages, 10.4 × 8.2 × 0.4 inPublished:September 12, 2017Publisher:Sasquatch BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1632171287

ISBN - 13:9781632171283


Editorial Reviews

"The deceptively straightforward text lures readers into the digital illustrations' silly punch lines and droll grace notes...the Jon Klassen-esque twist puts a wicked spin on his journey to acceptance."—Kirkus Reviews"Razi’s debut paints a hopeful picture about a protagonist with a physical disability while at the same time acknowledging some of the struggles he encounters."—School Library Journal"A silly story about a spider that loses his leg."—Seattle Magazine"A tale that teaches self-acceptance and determination." —Seattle Times"We love the humor woven throughout Frank the Seven-Legged Spider.  Equally enjoyable for both kids and adults, it is one of those books that will please younger and older children." —Wild Tales Of