The Adventures Of Sinder, The CIA Spider

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The Adventures of Snider, the CIA Spider is a fabulously funny epic comic about a spider who is a big thinker with a fantastic plan for his life: becoming a CIA spy!

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John Taylor Gatto's The Adventures of Snider, The CIA Spider is a fabulously funny epic poem about a spider who is a big thinker with a fantastic plan for his life: becoming a CIA spy! Our spider, Snider, leaves his wife Wanda and their 26 children on the Irrawaddy River, while he sets out on a banana peel boat headed to Washington D.C. in pursuit of his dream.

Follow Snider, as he becomes CIA agent Six-Six-Six and encounters figures like Rudolph the Russian, Peter the Big, and girls with pearls while working for the Central Intelligence Agency. Our funny little fellow has lots of adventures, and he discovers a few truths, too. A cleverly composed story, The Adventures of Snider is bound to bring delight and laughter to adults and children of all ages.

About The Author

John Taylor Gatto was a school teacher for 30 years, winning several awards in the state of New York for his compassionate, insightful, and extraordinary teaching style. Stumbling upon a trail of information that led him to discover the true purpose of America s compulsory education system, John concluded that schools were dangerous places for children.

Standing on principle, John gave up his highly acclaimed teaching career to write and speak about the hidden story behind state-funded education. John is the celebrated author of many books including the bestseller, Dumbing Us Down.

 
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EAN 13 / ISBN9780989280037
BindingHardback
AuthorJohn Taylor Gatto
EditorElizabeth Y. Hanson
IllustratorAnne Yvonne Gilbert
PublisherLost Tools Press
Pages154
Year Published2017
Height8.5 inches
Width6.5 inches
Length0.6 inches
 
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