Charlotte's Web [UNABRIDGED] Book Review
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Charlotte's Web [UNABRIDGED] book review

E. B. White(Narrator)
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Title: Charlotte's Web [UNABRIDGED]
Subtitle: Friendship

Author: E. B. White(Narrator)
Illustrator: Garth Williams

Average number of words per page: more than 100

STORY:
80 readers have rated this story.
Average story rating: 8.32/10.0
ILLUSTRATIONS:
80 readers have rated the illustrations.
Average illustration rating: 7.18/10.0

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Story Rating
8.0 out of a possible 10.0
Book review by: Ong Yuka (CAPS Book Lit Club)
age: 10

Review submitted on 08/12/2010 at 19:50:09

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Illustrations Rating
6.0 out of a possible 10.0

Ong Yuka (CAPS Book Lit Club) writes the following about Charlotte's Web [UNABRIDGED] :
¡®Charlotte¡¯s Web¡¯ is a touching book about friendship. It is written by E.B White. I love the way the author wrote the story. I felt sad when Charlotte died in the end. I wonder why spiders have to die once they lay eggs. The character I most admire is Wilbur because he helped Charlotte to bring her eggs back to the barn. I think the relationship between Charlotte and Wilbur is very strong as they helped each other through tough times. If I were Mr. Zuckerman, I would make sure that such a TERRIFIC and RADIANT pig would live in a barn with the cleanest straw and eat the finest food. I was surprised when Charlotte spun a web with the word RADIANT on it. I really dislike Templeton because he is very selfish and greedy for food. I wonder if he would one day eat so much that he could not walk. This story teaches us to cherish the friendship that we have.
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