Brave Miss Muffet Trade Book (Hardcover)

Written By Dori Graham
Illustrated by Kyle Beckett
Critically Reviewed

When Little Miss Muffet sat on her tuffet a spider scared her away, or so the story goes. But not this Miss Muffet!. Not only does she find the spider interesting, she isn't afraid of a series of other so-called frightening animals. Can the story's narrator find anything to scare this brave Miss Muffet away?

SKU WW-NL6145
ISBN 9781478876076
Series Reycraft Books
Number Level 28
SKU WW-NL6145
ISBN 9781478876076
Series Reycraft Books
Number Level 28
Letter Level M
Genre Nursery Rhyme
Language English
Theme Animals, Narrative Fiction, Oral Traditions
BISAC Subject Headings Juvenile Fiction / Humorous Stories
Juvenile Fiction / Imagination & Play
Juvenile Fiction / Animals / General
Juvenile Fiction / Humorous Stories
Juvenile Fiction / Imagination & Play
Juvenile Fiction / Animals / General
Price $16.95
Author & Illustrator

Dori Graham

Dori Graham lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana with her phenomenal wife, ornery dog, and diva cat. Working every day as a school librarian, teacher, and writer, Dori gets to be all three things that her eight-year-old self wanted to be when she grew up. She wholeheartedly believes in the power of books, the ability to turn fears into opportunities, and the existence of dragons.

Kyle Beckett

Kyle Beckett was in the third grade and sold a drawing of a bluebird wearing sunglasses at lunch. His payment? One chocolate chip cookie! From that first commission on, he knew he wanted to be an illustrator. It wasn’t until much later (he had almost finished eating his cookie) that he decided to be a writer, too. Growing up in Rockford, Illinois, he started putting drawings and words on every piece of paper he could find, and maybe even a wall or two.

Reviews

★ Verdict: An excellent addition to any elementary library or classroom collection, this book can be paired with its traditional predecessor for a sharp lesson in literature and character development.”


– School Library Journal Starred Review

A charming take on the well-known nursery rhyme that recasts its timid protagonist as a strong, capable heroine.

—Kirkus Reviews

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