Thursday, October 1, 2015

WESTLY: A SPIDER'S TALE by Bryan Beus — #books #reviews #amreading #bookreviews

WESTLY: A SPIDER'S TALE by Bryan Beus. This was a very cute tale that shows life doesn't always go the way we think it should or plan on it going. Things change and it shows how this spider who grew up thinking he was a butterfly adapted to the changes life threw at him. It's a great story that illustrates how to be flexible with what life throws at you. It's a great read for any and everyone.

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When Westly emerges from his cocoon, not as a beautiful butterfly, but as a spider, he is rejected byt he butterfly kingdom and undertakes a journey to discover who he really is. But not even the dirt eaters can offer him answers. Not the dragonfly, the centipede, the moth, or even Zug Zug, the fly. None have ever seen an eight-legged creature who can spin webs. However, Westly's new friend the Raven has offered to help. If only the Raven could get inside the glass menagerie where Westly and the other bugs live. Yes, yes, the Raven is sure he could change everything. But sometimes things don't turn out the way we plan.
Delightfully illustrated by the author, Westly: A Spider's Tale is a story about discovering one's true potential, learning that being different is not a bad thing, and that even misfits can grow up to be heroes.
*A review copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.

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