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Publisher: Farshore

Spinderella is a spider who lives with her spider mum and her spider brothers and sisters on top of a ceiling light at a school. Every day, Spinderella and her brothers and sisters watch the children in class, and, one day, decide to start playing football themselves. The spiders love football, but they hate numbers. They don't want to count the goals or anything. Fortunately, Spinderella's Hairy Godmother comes along just in time to help.

A story about numbers, football and family, Spinderella is an enjoyable read for young children just starting to learn maths.

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