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Diary of a Wormby Doreen Cronin and Harry Bliss
Synopses & Reviews
The New York Times bestselling author of Click, Clack, Moo and Giggle, Giggle, Quack teams up with illustrator Harry Bliss for this hysterical journal about the daily doings and the hidden world of a lovable underground dweller.
"Cronin's beguiling journal entries...are as witty and original as the missives from her popular cows who can type....Inventive and laugh-out-loud funny, this worm's-eye view of the world will be a sure-fire hit." Publishers Weekly
"Each turn of the page will bring fresh waves of giggles....Readers will come away with the insight that worms may not be so good at...doing the Hokey Pokey, but they do play an important role in taking care of the Earth." Kirkus Reviews
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a dried-up watering hole,
and a thunderstorm?
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< P> < b> One small worm . one big world < /b> < /P> < P> This is the diary . of a worm. This worm lives with his parents, plays with his friends, and even goes to school. But unlike you or me, he never has to take a bath, he gets to eat his homework, and because he doesn't have legs, he just can't do the hokey pokey & ndash; no matter how hard he tries.< /P> < P> This hysterical picture book by New York Times bestselling author Doreen Cronin and New York Times bestselling illustrator Harry Bliss tells the daily doings of a small worm in a gigantic worm world. < /P> < P> Ages 4& ndash; 8< /P> < P> < /b> < /b> < /P>
About the Author
Doreen Cronin is the New York Times best-selling author of Click, Clack, Moo and Giggle, Giggle, Quack.
Harry Bliss is an award-winning cartoonist and cover artist for The New Yorker magazine. "Each day, I pick up my son, Alex, from school," Bliss says. "I always get a kick out of the expressions of exhilaration on the kids' faces when the bell rings, sending them off and running. But it's so cold here in northen Vermont that most of the kids head straight home to a fine, fine cup of hot chocolate."
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