“Classic children's book, bravery, friendship, older elementary ”Merrill Thagard wrote this review 13 hours ago. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Charlotte's Web is a book filled with talking animals who all work together to keep Wilbur from getting killed. A spider helps Wilbur by spinning webs with messages on it. This book shows friendship and love and how working together makes lasting friendships.”Lydia Ko wrote this review yesterday. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“One of my childhood favourites.
My dad first read this book to me when I was around 6 years old and I didn't understand why he had tears in his eyes at the end. Now I'm 16 and have reread the book, I couldn't stop crying for a while after I'd finished it... the book left me with this feeling. Whether it's nostalgia I do not know but I now know to not take life and people for granted.
This book reminds us of the things that truly matter in life and does so in a beautiful way, by capturing the beauty in ordinary everyday things. It captures the changes that comes with time. The fact that time changes everything and the hard reality that somethings are unpreventable. The importance of friendship. And It shows us that life, itself, is a miracle.”
“Charlotte's Web is a beautiful story enjoyed by all who read it. There is a lot of personification throughout the story. The book is about a young pig Wilbur who is saved by his master Fern. He grows up in the barn and befriends a spider named Charlotte who can spin spectacular webs. The story follows their friendship and touches the hearts of many. It is an award winning book of high quality. I would recommend this book to a 3rd or 4th grade reading level. It is a childhood favorite. The class could watch the film after reading the book. It would also be a great book to read in literature groups. ”Rebecca Johnson wrote this review 2 days ago. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“This story is so good and cute. I love it so much. It's a great book and you should read it.”Kylie wrote this review 3 days ago. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“This book is about a little girl named Fern who has a big heart. She refuses to let her father kill a pig named Wilbur, and for good reason too! He grows up to win at the fair! While Wilbur is living on the farm, he meets some extraordinary animals. Everyone thinks that he is a super special pic because a spider named charlotte spins a web with english words woven into it. I loved this book as a kid. It is a magical story that is written very well and always keeps readers engaged.”Emily Parsons wrote this review 4 days ago. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Cute story of a little runt pig, the girl who bottle fed him and saved his life, and the spider who helped make him "Some Pig"!”Haley Raines wrote this review 4 days ago. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I love this book a lot! It was really fun reading it and I read it with my class.”Anushri wrote this review 4 days ago. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“This story is about a girl named Fern who saves Wilbur the pig because her father is going to kill him. Fern and Wilbur grow very close. However, Wilbur has to move to a different barn because he grows too big and he befriends Charlotte the spider.This is a great story. The book is filled with great drawing, although in black and white. I think this book is easily relatable.
Classroom Connection: This book can be used to show the importance of standing up for what you believe in. It can also teach about friendship.”
“The story of a girl named Fern, and her pet pig, Wilbur. Wilbur life is in danger from the beginning of the story.Wilbur becomes Fern’s pet, but it isn’t long until the other farm animals inform Wilbur the farmer is only getting him fat so he can kill him. Charlotte a spider in the corner of Wilbur’s pen comes up with a plan of putting messages in her web about Wilbur. This book teaches students about friendship and selfless acts. I would have this book read to children from second to fifth grade. This book would be good as a literature circle book. ”Ashonte Bell wrote this review 4 days ago. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No