Charlotte’s Web

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Children's Book Reviews
Author: E. B. White
Illustrator: Garth Williams
Book Review by: Saiaansh Dey
Class: 3

“Thank you, for saving my life, you are my true friend.” Wilbur the pig said to a tiny spider Charlotte.

Charlotte’s Web, the book is written by E.B. White and IIIustrated by Garth Williams. It is a tale of true friendship.

How Charlotte weaved new words like “SOME PIG TERRIFIC RADIANT AND HUMBLE” on the web, which made helpless Wilbur so important that the Zuckerman family took him to the country fair. Wilbur won a gold medal for being extraordinary. His life was saved.

The fatty rat Templeton bought the last word HUMBLE for Charlotte to weave.

Wilbur thanked Charlotte for saving his life and promised her to take care of 514 spider eggs after her death.  They both were true friends.

I mostly liked the way Charlotte saved poor Wilbur’s life, she did so much hard work to weave the words. Which made the little piggy so popular that at the end he was no more for Christmas dinner but a medallion.

I read this book in my grade 2 session, our teacher made it supper fun even during our online classes. I suggest everyone to read this tale of true friendship.

I wish each one of us to have one such true friend.

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