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by Laura Ellen Williams,Erica Magnus

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  • ISBN 0613239776
  • ISBN13 978-0613239776
  • Language English
  • Author Laura Ellen Williams,Erica Magnus
  • Publisher San Val (May 1999)
  • Formats lit docx docx azw
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Size ePub 1391 kb
  • Size Fb2 1699 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 138

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When 14-year-old Lexi, on the heels of her parents' divorce joins a neo-Nazi Skinhead group, she literally is drawn into a dangerous web. The deeper her involvement with the Pack, as the young hate group is known, the more blurred her sense of morality becomes.

Things come to a head when she shaves her head and has a tattoo of a swastika on her skull. Her younger sister Shelby, 10, looks up to Lexi and wants to join the pack. She even starts dressing in all black like Lexi down to a pair of Doc Marten boots.

The Pack roams their neighborhood, demanding a "pure white" race, the "Aryan Nation once again" and call themselves Hitler's grandchildren. They turn headstones over in a local cemetery; spraypaint racist words on a synagogue; beat up a child simply because he cannot see and congregate in one member's home because he provides beer and a place for them to plan their next attacks.

Things reach a critical head when they meet Ursula Zeidler, an elderly woman living alone in their neighborhood. Impressed with her involvement with the Hitler Youth during WWII, they ply her with questions and try to obtain any Nazi paraphrenalia. Ursula Zeidler forces them out of her home, but not before they attack her, causing her to fall and break her hip. Only Lexi tries to help; she tells the Pack not to hurt the woman and even calls 911 anonymously from her home.

Ursula Zeidler's memories of WWII are interwoven throughout the story; one part that was especially sad was how a family with whom she had made friends and who included her in their Sabbath services were turned over to the Gestapo by her and another girl. The thought of these good people being rounded up for death might make you cry.

Things spiral out of control from that point on. The police trace the 911 call to Lexi's private phone and that leads to her first session of questioning with them. Ursula Zeidler's memories of the Hitler Youth and how she betrayed a girl she made friends with haunt her and she feels she has "failed as a human being." When Lexi visits her after the attack, she implores her to leave the Pack. Lexi's hatred is fueled further by the fact that the rabbi's daughter is also visiting and that the nurse is black. When she meets them, she has to try to justify her bigotry.

The Pack meanwhile has their own problems. A secret about a Pack member leaks; Shelby shaves her head and joins in some of their hate crimes and the story comes to a tragic, incindiary conclusion.

A good look at how hate can distort the mind and how one who lived through the atrocities from a participant/witness viewpoint can move beyond hate instead of being a casualty of it.
The Spider's Web Starts out with Lexi, a one parent victim of divorce, is running away from three men chasing her. She is wearing a hoodie covering her head. She is clutching a red spray paint can. She throws the can toward the forest and runs toward a porch. Se meets Ursula, an old German woman. Lexi has joined a neo-Nazi group of people who has divorced parents. They spray-paint swastikas on walls and synagogues. Some people don't think the holocaust happened. Ursula talks to Lexi and changes her mind about all of the Nazis.
I liked this book a lot. I would give it a 4 and a half but doesn't do halves. I would recommend this book to anyone over the age of ten. Some of the parts are not really meant for young minds. It may be good for teaching kids about the bad things in the world.
I'm a school social worker who knows kids from many different backgrounds. I think THE SPIDERS WEB is a good story with strong lessons about making mistakes that might not be 'fixable'. Besides teaching middle and high school kids about the reality of anti-semitism and neo-naziam, it will interest almost any kid who has gotten into dangerous or frightening situations because they're at a low point in their life. It's ideal for reluctant readers because it's highly interesting and very readable. It would be a good addition to any Holocaust curriculum.
This book is an amazing story and I loved it. This is so cool because of its similarity to life. This could happen to anyone! If you are interested in WWII and the Nazi's then this is the book for you. The author never had any low points in the story, I could't stop reading this book! I always fell asleep with it in my hands because the author make you keep wanting to read more and more to find out what is going to happen next. Great book.