Webster the Scaredy Spider by Max Lucado
(Max Lucado's Hermie & Friends)

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Max Lucado's Hermie and Friends™ is proud to introduce the third movie in this series..."Webster, the Scaredy Spider!" "Did someone say SPIDER?! AGGHH!" (Well-Hermie is proud to introduce him. Everyone else just runs in fear.) With little regard to the "Garden Treaty of '85," Webster wanders into the garden to face his long list of fears: leaving home, other insects, talking in front of others, meeting new people, big lizards, water, heights, flying through the air, dark places . . . (You get the point.) Little does he know that he is a big, hairy source of fear for all of the other insects in the garden. But with guidance from God (after, of course, getting up the courage to talk to Him), Webster finds a way to face his fears, and in turn, the other insects learn to face Webster. Kids of all ages will appreciate this light-hearted reminder that God is always beside them.

 

About Max Lucado

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Con más de 100 millones de productos impresos, Max Lucado es uno de los autores más leídos de Estados Unidos de América. Sirve a la iglesia Oak Hills en San Antonio, Texas, donde vive con su esposa, Denalyn, y su dulce aunque travieso perro, Andy.
 
Published September 2, 2004 by Thomas Nelson. 48 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality. Fiction

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