Charlotte's Web (50th Anniversary Retrospective Edition)

Charlotte's Web (50th Anniversary Retrospective Edition)

By E. B. White

274 ratings 357 reviews 327 followers
Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-ZATOSWord Count
Grades 4 - 8Grades 3 - 5R4.431938
Since its publication in 1952, Charlotte's Web has become one of America's best-loved children’s books.This special cloth-bound anniversary edition features Garth Williams’s original drawings lovingly colorized by renowned illustrator Rosemary Wells. Also included is a retrospective essay written in honor of this anniversary by scholar Peter Neumeyer, about the development and publication of this landmark book. The Charlotte's Web 50th Anniversary Edition is a keepsake book that readers of all ages will cherish.




Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN-13: 9780060006983
ISBN-10: 0060006986
Published on 5/1/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Number of pages: 224

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this book is amazing!!!!! it tells a great story of compassion

I read this in third grade. Amazing book, also watched the movie.

OMG, this book was amazing. I do not know how to express how good it was. I love the whole series that has been made by E.B White. It was so good and I recommended all my friends to try this book and read it. I even told my teacher to get this amazing book. If you have not read this book yet you should read it!

I think that Charlottes Web is a great story and really well told. You should try it! :]

A classic! Young Fern rescues a runt pig from being killed. She names him Wilbur and gives him all the love anyone could possibly give an animal. Wilbur gets older and moves to a farm run by Mr. and Mrs. Zuckerman, Fern's aunty and uncle. There, Wilbur meets Charlotte, a nearsighted spider who becomes his best friend. Read the children's classic Charlotte's Web to join the cute adventures of Wilbur and Charlotte!🐷🕷

I didn't actually like this book very much. It's about a girl named Fern who lives on a farm and saves a runt pig named Wilbur from getting slaughtered one morning. They build a friendship, but then Wilbur discovers that they're still planning to slaughter him for Christmas dinner. Then Wilbur meets a spider named Charlotte though, everything changes. This book isn't badly written or really boring; it's really well written (Duh, E.B. White wrote it!) and it's much more engaging than a lot of the books today. It's just not my thing. I don't know what it was about the book that I didn't like, but it just wasn't my favorite. Still a good book though, and I recommend reading it since it's very famous and you might really enjoy it.

This is an amazing book, and a classic. Everybody would love the book if they were to read this book.

A girl named Fern rescues a pig, and she starts loving him, but one fatal day, Fern's father had to sell the small helpless pig. After changing ideas, Fern's uncle and aunt raises him, in their gigantic barn, with all kinds of farm animals. Wilbur, the pig meets a bunch of friends, but a itty-bitty spider named Charlotte is his most loving friend! But one day, Wilbur heard rumors that he was going to be turned into bacon and ham! Wilbur starts to panick, but Charlotte is determined to save him. A few miraculous webs and a big change happens! Wilbur is entered into the Fair, and a competition rises up! Will Wilbur win the big prize, and can Fern's uncle change his mind about bacon and ham? Will Charlotte save Wilbur? This amazing book shall tell the answers!

I love this book! Wilbur and Charlotte are awesome. I like reading how they work together to save Wilbur. My favorite part is when they go to the state fair.

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