Charlotte's Web

❴Read❵ ➪ Charlotte's Web Author E.B. White – This beloved book by E B White author of Stuart Little and The Trumpet of the Swan is a classic of children's literature that is just about perfect This high uality paperback features vibrant illustra This beloved book by E B White author of Stuart Little and The Trumpet of the Swan is a classic of children's literature that is just about perfect This high uality paperback features vibrant illustrations colorized by Rosemary WellsSome Pig Humble Radiant These are the words in Charlotte's Web high up in Zuckerman's barn Charlotte's spiderweb tells of her feelings for a little pig named Wilbur who simply wants a friend They also express the love of a girl named Fern who saved Wilbur's life when he was born the runt of his litterE B White's Newbery Honor Book is a tender novel of friendship love life and death that will continue to be enjoyed by generations to come This edition contains newly color illustrations by Garth Williams the acclaimed illustrator of E B White's Stuart Little and Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House series among many other books.Charlotte's Web

Elwyn Brooks White was a leading American essayist author humorist poet and literary stylist and author of such beloved children's classics as Charlotte's Web Stuart Little and The Trumpet of the Swan He graduated from Cornell University in and five or six years later joined the staff of The New Yorker magazine He authored over seventeen books of prose and poetry and was elected to t.

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  • Paperback
  • 184 pages
  • Charlotte's Web
  • E.B. White
  • English
  • 10 December 2015
  • 9780064410939

10 thoughts on “Charlotte's Web

  1. says:

    I don't give a fig if it is a kid's book Charlotte's Web is one of the most well crafted stories ever written This classic children's tale deserves 5 stars for story craft and language usage alone Read your Strunk White to understand this man's talents in that regard The fact that it's a heart warmerwrencher clinches it Never was I made to love pigs and spiders so much in my life Charlotte's Web will always rank high amongst my favorites But why for the love of god did they make us watch the cartoon version of this tear jerker in school? Did they want to make us weep embarrassingly in front of one another? If so mission accomplished you sadistic school district

  2. says:

    Book 23 of 30 for my 30 day reading challenge

  3. says:

    If you've never read Charlotte's Web by EB White you are utterly missing out on a classic Newbery Honor award winner Go to the library now and borrow this book first published in 1952 You shouldn't buy it unless you have children or are giving it as a present but choose to embrace the entire experience of being a small child walking through your public library's doors searching for an amazing book and finding yourself bringing home a tale that will make you cry and fall in love all at the same time And don't spoil it by watching the cartoon or regular movies made based on the book until you've read it yourself It's importantAt a uick glance a little pig arrives on a new farm and is basically going to be entered into a contest to win a prize for the farm owner But the pig is scared and confused turning to all sorts of other farm animals for love and guidance at his new home chickens mice birds and of course Charlotte the friendly spider To help save the pig Charlotte spins webs overnight about the pig's talents in the hopes that he'll be saved from the sniff sniff chopping block even if he wins the contest for best pig But there's so much going on in this bookCharlotte is everyone's mother She's everyone's teacher She's everyone's friend As Pollyanna as it will sound we should all have a Charlotte in our life to help us grow up and mature into terrific radiant and humble human beings I'll avoid calling us some pig as the other message she crafts All the lessons children can learn from this book are important even the ones about death I won't spoil it but despite all the efforts across all the animals and the people in this treasure someone doesn't make it It's on the same level as Bambi in my opinion when it comes to a must read for children even if the harsh realities of life are exposedPlease go read it

  4. says:

    'pologies to anybody following my reviews in hope of insights into epic fantasy novels I get through kids' stuff reading to my little girl who is too disabled to do it for herself Charlotte's Web is a book I've been aware of for nearly 40 years but somehow managed to avoid reading when I was little We picked it up at the hospice last week and read the first half then had to buy a copy at Waterstones yesterday to finish it off 59 years in print and it's still selling for £699 in paperbackThe book's a classic for good reason It delivers an emotional but refreshingly unsentimental story with twists and turns and inadvertently lets us have a look at rural American life in the late 1940's In addition to a strong and engaging story EB White has powerful prose that doesn't confuse a child but carries weight than you're likely to see in most children's storiesThere's a circle of life theme going on the amusing and varied anthropomorphising of various animals a county show and prizes to be awarded oh my But putting a welcome edge on all this is the bald fact that the pig you can see on the cover is balanced on a constant knife edge with people gearing up to reduce him to bacon and ham at every turn And although there are tender moments in the story it's never saccharine slight spoiler the rat never comes through with a change of heart the little girl grows up and loses interest in the animals end slight spoilerAll in all a fine children's book Perhaps it I'd read it when I was 7 I'd be giving it 5It also contains the saddest line in children's fictionview spoilerNo one was with her when she died hide spoiler

  5. says:

    Look at me reading about spiders againNot exactly the same thing as Children of Time but still This was part of my Reading Children Classics for the First Time as an Adult Challenge for January and I'm pleasantly surprised Cute book about friendship I'm sure I would have loved it as a kid

  6. says:

    One of the great tear jerkers of my long lost childhood the unlikely friendship between a spider and a pig makes for wonderful reading and a shared moment of love when reading it to kids It is tender and teaches the values of constancy and integrity in a light beautiful prose A classic and a masterpiece

  7. says:

    My thoughts in a nutshell Charlotte’s Web is one of my favorite childhood books I watched it so many times and never got bored with itThe story is aboutSkip over this point if you don't like the sneak peek A little pig who wants to see the first show and who wants to live instead of becoming sausages What impressed me the most 😊 This little story has many important feelings and lesson It teaches us to respect other living creatures and how to live side by side in peace It told about humility and explained how important it is to have a great friendship A friend who does anything to saved her little buddy’s life A friend who once made a promise and now she will go through fire and water to keep her wordI’ve become such a sensitive little girl if the story is about an animal’s death I’m feeling sorry about all of them In my world I think they have soul and they are sentinent beings This book is an amazing classic and it made me emotional Haha Make a conclusion I gave it 5 stars because it is perfect for me It has a much valuable lesson and I really appreciate it I recommend it to everyone who hasn’t read it Wait a second Why don’t you read it yet? Go to the library NOW Or watch the movie I recommend it too Atmosphere collage aka how did I imagine the book vibes?

  8. says:

    Another classic read with the kids I love reading to them – they enjoy a chapter every evening and it gives us some good uality family time Also it is cool to see them disappointed if we don’t have time to read sad but cool that it is so important to themIf you don’t remember Charlotte’s Web from your childhood did you even have a childhood?While it is dated – even so now than when I read it as a kid – it is a timeless tale of life death and friendship There are so many amazingly deep facets in this little book written for children I am pretty sure a group of adults could still have a very deep discussion about the themes plot points and characters in this bookI mentioned that death is a key part of this book Some may think that could be too much for kids But I feel like White presented it in the perfect way to show that death and rebirth are a part of life; perfect in a way as to not upset kids and allow them to explore their curiosity on the subjectIf you have never read Charlotte’s Web you really should

  9. says:

    Charlotte's Web EB WhiteCharlotte's Web is a children's novel by American author E B White and illustrated by Garth Williams; it was published in October 15 1952 by Harper Brothers The novel tells the story of a pig named Wilbur and his friendship with a barn spider named Charlotte When Wilbur is in danger of being slaughtered by the farmer Charlotte writes messages praising Wilbur such as Some Pig in her web in order to persuade the farmer to let him liveتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز سی و یکم ماه آگوست سال 1972 میلادیعنوان کارتنک شارلوت؛ نویسنده ئیبی وایت؛ مترجم مهشید امیرشاهی؛ تهران، امیرکبیر، کتابهای جیبی، انتشارات فرانکلین، 1350، در 173 ص، چاپ دوم 1353؛ چاپ دیگر تهران، علمی فرهنگی، 1383؛ در 168 ص؛ چاپ دیگر تهران، علمی فرهنگی، پرنده آبی، 1395؛ شابک 9786004362832؛ داستانهای نویسندگان امریکایی سده 20 مدخترى به نام «فرن»، خوکى به نام «ویلبر» را، از مرگ نجات مى‌دهد، اما می‌داند که خوک، سرانجام به خاطر گوشتش، کشته خواهد شد ویلبر در مزرعه ى عمو هومر، با عنکبوتى به نام «شارلوت»، آشنا مى‌شود شارلوت با بافتن واژه‌ هایی روى تورهایش، که ویلبر را با صفات عجیب و غریب توصیف مى‌کند، او را از مرگى که در انتظارش است، نجات مى‌دهد ویلبر، مردم را از کشتزارها، و روستاهاى دور و نزدیک، به تماشاى خود مى‌کشاند، و سرانجام در مسابقه‌ ای در بازار مکاره، برنده مى‌شود شارلوت، که نیرویش را با بافتن تورها از دست داده، ؛ ا شربیانی

  10. says:

    My 8 years old self would have loved this book I had been looking for an excuse to read this book for years and just realised on seeing it this week in a book shop that I didn't need an excuse to read it I can just pick it up and indulge myself in little animal behaviour and so I enjoyed this beautiful story of a livestock pig named Wilbur and his friendship with a barn spider named Charlotte This book is so beautifully written and the illustrations in the copy I have just made it that much better Friendship and love are the central themes of Charlotte's Web This is a terrific children's book which I think many adults like myself will appreciate the story as well and I am going to hold on to this copy as I hope if the future long distant future to take it out again and perhaps read to my grand childrenI seem to have missed out on so many of these great books that I should have read as a child but as the saying goes better late than never and so nice to choose one to read every now and then

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