Synopses & Reviews
Having a head that looks a lot like your rear end is just one of the difficulties of being a worm. Through droll diary entries the baseball-capped young son of the worm family in this hilarious story describes both the dangers (being dug up as bait) and the perks (never getting in trouble for dragging mud through the house) of life underground. Harry Bliss's endearing depictions of the worms are a perfect complement for Doreen Cronin's clever worm's-eye view of the world. With energetic narration by Harry Bliss, this readalong will provide young children--and their grown-ups --hours of fun!