Worms for Lunch? by Leonid Gore

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In the vein of THE VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLAR, Leonid Gore follows a curious worm through die-cut pages to discover what different animals like to eat for lunch.

"Who on earth would eat worms for lunch?" the curious little leaf-loving worm wants to know....
Not the mouse who likes cheese. Not the little girl, who loves spaghetti and ice cream! Not the cow, nor the bee, nor the monkey.... But when a fish reveals what he most desires for lunch--wiggly, wiggly worms--our little worm goes quickly on his way....
In this funny, lighthearted romp that celebrates indivudal taste, young readers will relish guessing what each different animal calls lunch. And they'll be hungry to read this one again!

About Leonid Gore

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LEONID GORE was born in Minsk, in the former Soviet Union. Since he immigrated to the United States, he has illustrated and written many highly acclaimed children’s books, and has shown his paintings at the prestigious Society of Illustrators show in New York. Leonid lives in New Jersey with his wife and daughter.
Published March 1, 2011 by Scholastic Press. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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“Who eats worms for lunch?” Readers will have to wait until the end to find out.

Mar 01 2011 | Read Full Review of Worms for Lunch?

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In this entertaining primer about what animals like to eat, Gore's bright acrylic paintings are reminiscent of the artwork of Carle and Lionni in their simplicity, textures, and whimsical humor.

Jan 10 2011 | Read Full Review of Worms for Lunch?

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