The Worm: The Disgusting Critters Series

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This book is about worms. It has cute drawings. There’s a grandpa worm with a white beard, sitting in a rocking chair. Worms don’t have any legs – except the white worm. The maggot is my favorite. He’s cute. The big worm lives in the ocean. One worm habitat is inside a dog. The earthworm says, “Hey! I am not disgusting.” Worms were here at the time of dinosaurs. (There were giant bugs, so I can believe there were giant worms too.) They don’t have any eyes. They have photoreceptors. I like the diagram of a worm moving. Worms eat rotten plants. Worms aren’t boys or girls. They are both. Some people eat worms. (I wouldn’t eat a worm.) My favorite part is the worm saying he is disgusting, because first people said he was disgusting, and then they said he was delicious. The pictures are good. I would like more information about worms. Everybody would like to read this book. There are only a few big, hard words. I give this book one hundred five stars. I would read more “Disgusting Critters” books.

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Author Elise Gravel
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Tundra Books
Publish Date 3/11/2014
ISBN 9781770496330
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Issue May 2014
Category Children's


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