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Diary of a Worm by Doreen Cronin
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Jun 25, 2011

Worms may live underground, but when it comes down to it, they are just like regular boys and girls. This worm proves this fact in his diary. He tells readers about the everyday life of a young worm: going to school, being best friends with a spider, and watching out for hopscotchers. While some of his diary entries are humorous, others are reminiscent of the issues that arise in young humans’ lives (like having an older sister who thinks she is perfect).
This easy to read picture book would be perfect for children who are beginning to work with compound words. It is easy to read with large print and a maximum of six lines of text per page. Additionally, the illustrations help to give each different worm a personality of its own by providing different accessories.

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