‘The Spider Who Saved Christmas’ Hits ‘New York Times’ Bestseller List–Book Review

‘The Spider Who Saved Christmas’ Spins Its Way Onto the ‘New York Times’ Bestseller List with Stunning Opening Week of Release Performance

 The new children’s book, THE SPIDER WHO SAVED CHRISTMAS, is already making its mark heading into the holiday season. Proving that spiders are not just for Halloween, “Spider” has topped multiple retail charts and landed in the “top ten” on the New York Times Best Seller List in its debut week, among titles by notables like Natalie Portman and LeBron James.

The book also debuted on several retail charts, including #15 overall Bestseller at Amazon and #22 overall Bestseller at Barnes & Noble, to name a few, making for an appropriately-timed hit this season.  The title was released on October 15, 2020 by Sophia Press.

“The Spider Who Saved Christmas” Synopsis

The book tells the tale of a Golden Silk Orb Weaver spider named Nephila who rescues the holy family. The story takes place when Mary and Joseph and the baby are fleeing King Harod who is ruthlessly killing babies, trying to destroy the Christ child. The subject matter is a little intense for young children, because the killing of infants is mentioned more than once. However, older children should enjoy the tale.

THE SPIDER WHO SAVED CHRISTMAS features the animated literary presentation of an all-but-lost tradition surrounding the Christmas Story, which tells the myth behind tinsel. Based upon its fast launch, this reimagined ancient legend may well become a new tradition for seasons to come.

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