Get Ready for the Attack of the Arachnids!
Brace yourselves for an arachnid attack! As the weather starts to become warmer, expect to see more spiders in and out your homes. But there’s no reason to be worried because spiders are fascinating and wonderful creatures.
New York, May 28, 2013--Brace yourselves for an arachnid attack! As the weather starts to become warmer, expect to see more spiders in and out your homes. But there’s no reason to be worried because spiders are fascinating and wonderful creatures, as you’ll discover in James Mayrose’s latest free photo book for kids, Spiders… Facts And Cool Pictures.
Since spiders cause some people to let out a shriek. But many people are curious about them. These arachnids are actually adorable. They’re colorful, come in different sizes, and even help us live comfortably. There are so many things one can learn about spiders in this free book. It will introduce many of you to the interesting and magnificent world of spiders.
There are thousands of species of spiders and they are found almost everywhere. Except for the infamous black widow and brown recluse spiders, arachnids are mostly harmless. They are clearly not what most people think. Spiders are great to observe while spinning silk webs. Even more fascinating is to see how they use gossamers to travel.
Spiders do more than climb down from tree branches or linger inside closets. They play an important role in the ecosystem. Because they eat insects, they help keep us free from swarms of termites and other pesky insects. Large spiders are even known to prey on lizards and small snakes!
These are just few of the many cool things one will learn from Spiders Facts And Cool Pictures. It’s packed with interesting facts and photos of different kinds of spiders in action.
“Growing up, we had lots of spiders in the house. It must’ve been due to the neighborhood we lived in. My father never would kill them. Instead, he would get a drinking glass from the kitchen cupboard, place it over the spider, wait till the spider fell to the bottom of the glass, cover the top of the glass with the palm of his hand, and walk outside and release the spider,” the authors says about his early encounters with spiders.
“He never said so much as a word to me about spiders. But seeing that action over and over again through the years taught me a reverence for life. Even the life of a spider. Spiders, as many insects, are so valuable to our ecosystem and, with few exceptions, are harmless to people. And what makes them special is their webs. We are learning so much about spider silk today through academic research. Spider silk truly is a space age material that is millions of years old”
For sure, a lot of kids have observed these spiders work their way down roof gutters or tree branches and wondered what they’re doing or how their thin silk webs support their weight. These are things children are curious about, just like the author was when he was young.
So if you have kids or young nieces and nephews, this free photo book is the best way to introduce them to the world of spiders and make their arachnid encounters a lot more enjoyable, especially now that they’re about to see lots of them.
About James Mayrose
James Mayrose is a husband, father, and writer whose goal is to create books that both children and parents can enjoy and learn from. Learn more about him and his books at his Amazon author page.
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