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Aubrey and the Terrible Spiders

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When Aubrey is stung by a very polite wasp, he realises there is something strange going on in Rushing Wood. And as he's the only boy he knows of who can talk with animals, he is determined to find out what. With help from his friends Ariadne the house spider, Silvio the silverfish and Lupo the husky pup, the young warrior sets out to fight the Terrible Spiders and their genius creator Big B and, just maybe, save the world.

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