A determined little spider named Walter is trying to make a sturdy web that will stand up to the blustery wind. The webs he makes at first are woven in special shapes--a triangle, a square, a circle--but they are still wibbly-wobbly. Can Walter make a web that is both wonderful and strong?
This simple, vibrant adventure is a lively companion to our two previous Tim Hopgood "first books": Wow! Said the Owl, about colors; and Hooray for Hoppy!, about the five senses.
Tim Hopgood is the illustrator of What a Wonderful World, Moon River, Singing in the Rain, Walking in a Winter Wonderland, and many other popular picture books. He lives with his family in North Yorkshire, England.
“Walter is an adorable and determined protagonist. The cartoon art and gentle humor marry well with the tiny geometry lesson for a fun read-aloud and an effective concept book.” —School Library Journal
“A lighthearted introduction to five basic shapes” —Publisher's Weekly