SPIDER Magazine October 2021


Beware the full moon and the hungry creatures it brings. Watch out for werewolves! But the real monsters may be the humans that don’t mind their manners. Then how come animals get away with doing so much gross stuff? 

Front Cover by Daniel Miyares


There’s nothing to fear about this edition of SPIDER Magazine! Celebrate the spooky season with stories, poems, games, recipes, and more—in a not-so-scary, but scarily fun way.


Icky animal habits, charming werewolves, and cafeteria-dwelling monsters are just a few of the surprises lurking through this month’s SPIDER Magazine. A perfect mix of factual articles and fun stories, plus all sorts of engaging activities, charming illustrations, and compelling cartoons will keep your kids entertained all month long. It’s a great way to open your kids’ eyes to new concept, spark their curiosity, and start them on a path of loving to learn and discover. 


Enjoy features including:

·         What’s Scary? by Ed Shems

·          A Slice of Night by Julie Anna Douglas

·         The Monster in the Cafeteria by Tina Connolly

·         Monster Zoo by Jennifer Ironside

·         Nocturnal Nibbles by Elizabeth Pagel-Hogan

·         Hodja and the Hungry Coat by Gale Sypher Jacob 

·         Cavemanners by Neal Levin

·         Animal Manners by Teresa Bateman

·         Werewolf Charm School by Ben Eggertsen

Regular features of SPIDER Magazine include: Spider’s Corner, Spider’s Mailbox, Ophelia’s Last Word, Bug Adventure, Buggy Bulletin, The Fun Zone, Mind-Buggler, and Spider and the Gang.