Christie SylvesterWriting from a young boy's point of view, Glaser takes a peek at the wriggly world of earthworms that's bound to appeal to children who are interested in the small invertebrates. In terms simple enough for a beginning reader, the book describes how worms eat, move, and survive underground. Softly colored cutaway illustrations show the worms in their tunnels below ground, and plants and other wildlife, such as a snake, birds, and mice, up above. Every few pages, evidence of the boy--his face, his sneakers, his bare feet--appears in the picture. The book concludes with a question-and-answer section filled with interesting facts about earthworms not covered in the text. Questions include Why are worms slimy? What kind are in apples? and Where do they go in the wintertime?
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Wonderful Worms based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
great book used for common core standards