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Book Overview

Don't miss one of America's top 100 most-loved novels, selected by PBS's The Great American Read.This beloved book by E. B. White, author of Stuart Little and The Trumpet of the Swan, is a classic of... This description may be from another edition of this product.

Customer Reviews

8 ratings

Beautiful Story of Friendship & Sacrifice

This is the first chapter book my oldest daughter read and she cried at the end just as I had (and my mom, too) years before. This timeless tale of a pig and the spider who saves his life is a "must read" for children.

Love this book--disappointed in what I got!

I did not get what I was supposed to. There is a page/pages with large sections completely missing. I was told the book was in good condition. It is not! I expect a good copy.

Still a great story

Every kid should read this book, it is one that will always be remembered with great affection.

I love Charlottes web

I ordered this book because my sister used to read me this book when we were kids...and now I'm reading this book to my kids. I love shift books.

Beautiful book.

This book is very sweet. Great read aloud for you and your kiddos!


This is the touching story of a little pig from death by a girl who took pity on him and decided to rear him. The pig later makes friends with a spider. It's a great book for kids. A pity it is out of print. If you're looking for something similar (touching and amusing) try Winnie Ille Pu (Latin Edition), if you're up to something more daring and adventurous try Insula Thesauraria (Latin Edition).

same book you read as a child

This is the same book you read as a child but in a hard cover, with giant print. I am really happy with the high quality of this book.

Charlotte's Web, the Book Versus the Movie

Hi I'm Itselle and I'm going to talk about the book Charlotte's Web. You might have read the book or have seen the movie. I have done both and I have noticed that Charlotte's Web the movie and Charlotte's Web the book are different in some interesting ways. One way was when Fern found out that her dad was going to kill the spring pig because in the movie she saw her father with the axe going to the barn at night and she followed him to the barn but, in the book she asks her mom where her dad is going with the axe in the morning. I think the differences the book and the movie don't really matter that much. I think that because, in general, the same problems and events happend in the book and in the movie. I enjoyed both of them a lot. They both were very funny and sad at the same time, which I loved. I recommend the book Charlotte's Web to 4th and 5th graders and the movie to people who like kid movies. Itselle R. - St. Ignatius School, Bronx, NY

Charlotte's Web Mentions in Our Blog

Charlotte's Web in Will the Youngest Generation Be the Biggest Readers?
Will the Youngest Generation Be the Biggest Readers?
Published by Ashly Moore Sheldon • April 28, 2024

Our newest survey with OnePoll asked 2,000 U.S. parents and their kids about their reading habits, popular and classic books, and summer reading assignments. The story we uncovered offered a few surprises.   

Charlotte's Web in Treat Yourself!
Treat Yourself!
Published by Ashly Moore Sheldon • December 19, 2023

From stress release to entertainment to cognitive development, there are so many benefits to reading. So treat yourself! Here are ten good reasons to buy yourself some books this holiday season.

Charlotte's Web in Storytime Evolution
Storytime Evolution
Published by Ashly Moore Sheldon • April 25, 2023

Thriftbooks enlisted OnePoll to survey 2,000 parents with school-age kids about the reading traditions they grew up with and how they are continuing them as parents. And what we learned turned into a pretty sweet story.

Charlotte's Web in 10 Movies Turning 50 This Year
10 Movies Turning 50 This Year
Published by Ashly Moore Sheldon • January 10, 2023

It's interesting to look back at the popular culture that withstands the test of time. A few weeks ago, we reflected on some of the notable books that were published five decades ago. Now we turn our attention to the movies turning fifty this year. Here are ten memorable films from 1973.

Charlotte's Web in 25 Literature-Inspired Movies for Kids of All Ages
25 Literature-Inspired Movies for Kids of All Ages
Published by Ashly Moore Sheldon • September 18, 2022

Book-to-screen adaptations can be a great way to inspire kids to pick up a book. Make it a family project. Read the book, watch the movie and discuss the difference between the two. Read on for 25 literature-inspired films for a range of ages.

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