By Elise Gravel
By Elise Gravel
Shares information on the earthworm with graphic illustrations and fact-filled text that traces its extensive history as well as its habitats, anatomy, and behaviors. In addition to the visual gags, the author includes basic facts about the creepers, such as their ability to sense light without eyes, the manner in which they get around, and the food they like to eat.
By Doreen Cronin
A young worm discovers, day by day, that there are some very good and some not so good things about being a worm in this great big world.
By Betty Hicks
Ellison Ellis Coffey, a lonely fifth-grader, discovers he might have the special gift of talking to bugs and decides to use his ability to win his town's annual Woolly Worm Race.
By Vivian French
While helping Grandma in the garden, a child learns about the important role of the earthworm in helping plants grow.
By Leo Lionni
To keep from being eaten, an inchworm measures a robin's tail, a flamingo's neck, a toucan's beak, a heron's legs, and a nightingale's song.
By Matthieu Lavoie
Toto's desire for an apple sees him launch a series of plans to reach his desired meal.
By Edward Hemingway
Relates how Mac, the apple, and Will, the worm, become friends.
By Andy Runton
Good friends Owly and Wormy are disappointed when their new plant attracts fat, green, bug-like things, instead of butterflies, until a metamorphosis occurs.
By Robert Bruel
Otto the worm is shocked to discover that his best friend Bob is actually a caterpillar who emerges one day as a butterfly