By E.B White
This lovely story begins with a heart. When Fern was going to see what Papa was doing she saw that he was going to kill a pig but Fern saved him and named him Wilber. The problem was when Wilber got older Fern needed to let him go to her uncle's farm. Then Wilber met Charlotte and his world changed.
I think the author did an amazing job because his description was the best it made me feel like I was in the book. When he was describing Charlotte it seemed Charlotte was wright next to me.
When I was reading this weak I notice that when I was reading I was at the farm cleaning write next to Lervy!! But when I was reading I didn't even Know I was reading I just kept on reading. Another thing is that the word radiant on Charlotte's web was not so interesting but when I saw Wilbur jumping up and down my mouth dropped opened. Also I didn't like when Charlotte kept saying this and that over and over again. Then they had a meting that took up a hole chapter just how to spell Terrific. Last is that I think that people will get suspicious about the web.
Fern and Avery are going to the fair!! Templeton and Charlotte are going to help Wilbur win the fair but first they are going to need a word. Charlotte tells Templeton that she needs a word for Wilbur. First Templeton refused but the thing that convinced him is that he can steel all the food after. When Templeton comes with a word Charlotte asks him what is it. Then he said humble. I think what will happen in the book is that Wilbur will get first place in the fair the next day because the word will probably win because of the words on the web. Yeah!!!!!! Mr. Zuckermen won $25! When Mr. Zuckermen got a prize everyone was cheering and when the cheering got softer Wilbur got a medal! After people left Wilbur was eating when he was he heard the most terrible news. Charlotte told Templeton that she wanted him to get her egg sack. When Templeton got the sack he gave it to Wilbur to take care of it. When Wilbur ask her a question, and when he waited a moment he relied that she had died then he relied that was the terrible news.