Wonderful Worms by Linda Glaser

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Gives children basic facts about and plenty of appealing photographs of earthworms in their underground habitats, encouraging children to develop an appreciation of a vital player in the earth's ecosystem.

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Linda Glaser's grandparents emigrated from eastern Europe in the late 1800's to New York City, where they first saw the huge statue.Also the author of the immigrant novel, BRIDGE TO AMERICA, Ms. Glaser lives in Duluth, MN. Krupinski has illustrated many beautiful books for children.
Published January 1, 1992 by Scholastic. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Science & Math, Education & Reference.

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A celebration and natural history of the helpful ``underground gardeners.'' In warm brown, pale greens, and bright touches of pink and orange, Krupinski uses double-spread cross sections to depict both the soil surface with its plants, animals, and people and the busy earthworms below, effectivel...

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