Morwen: Lessons from a Black Widow Spider

Guerrini, Stevie (Scout)
September 2005
Skipping Stones;Sep/Oct2005, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p9
Presents the lessons learned by the author from Morwen, a Black widow spider. View that one should not get angry right away at someone who is bothering; Suggestion that one should stand for family and friends who are getting bullied or teased; Advice that one should always do the best.


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