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SPIDER January 2017

SPIDER January 2017
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SPIDER January 2017 single back issue.

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SPIDER January 2017

Cover art by Maria Neradova

Fairy glens, ice trolls, trees with glass leaves, and walking catfish—this is no ordinary road trip! Bundle up and pile into the car for a truly magical winter vacation with this month’s issue of SPIDER. Make pit stops along in the way in some of the ‘tastiest’ towns in America, and join Doodlebug and Dandelion on their drive through an enchanted forest! Find out how an unhappy pine tree learned to love her needles, vanquish an ice troll, and then make your very own snowboarding trolls out of pine cones! Finish up your trip in the North Pole and learn a little bit more about the rulers of the frozen sea: polar bears. Then, once you’ve worked up a bear-sized appetite, try out Miro’s new recipe for a hearty hummus snack. It’s perfect for eating while reading these stories and poems:

“How Do Polar Bears Stay Warm?” by Peter Grosshauer

“Mitten” by Julie Germain, art by Katya Longhi

“Tasty Towns” by Annette LeBlanc Cate

“The Unhappy Pine Tree” retold by Kathy C. Tierney, art by Martha Alves

“Pinecone Derby Racers” by Jestine Ware, art by Tim Budgen

“Anna and the Ice Troll” by C.L. Clickard, art by Karl West

“Walking Catfish” by Leslie Santamaria, art by Greg Marathas

“Open Letter by Juniper O” by Sarah E. Shields, art by Marcin Piwowarski

“The Dark Past of the Polar Bear” by Rebecca E. Hirsch

Regular features include: Doodlebug & Dandelion, Ophelia’s Last Word, Spider’s Corner, Spider’s Mailbox, The Fun Zone, Mind-Buggler, Spider and the Gang, and Buggy Bulletin.