Thursday, September 2, 2021

Spidernaut : Arabella, the Spider in Space by Jodie Parachini, Dragan Kordic (Illustrated by) Series: Animalographies


This is a fascinating look at spiders that went into space.  They had to adjust to no gravity and learn to weave webs differently.

Albert Whitman and Company and Edelweiss let me read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published on October 1st.

You learn about how they weave a web on earth.  You learn about their trip to space, and you watch them adjust.

It sounds like it might be dry and boring, but it's not.  It's an up close and personal look at their mission and their success.

I never knew about these spiders.  Now I do and it's incredible!

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