Very little children and their grown-ups can poke their fingers through the holes to become Busy Worm and Little Worm and wiggle their way through this delightful story. Along the way, the wiggly worms meet Sam the Snail, Beth the Bee and avoid being eaten by the Early Bird before joining their friends (three more little fingers) for a very wiggly lunch in the compost heap. This highly interactive board book has simple rhyming text and die-cut holes that allow children's fingers to become characters in a story about wiggly worms. ittle children can use their fingers to become the wiggly worms in this charming story. Rhyming text is fun to read out loud. Helps children develop fine motor skills as they interact with the die-cut pages. Promotes the importance of wiggly worms and their place in the environment.
Publication Date: 28-Jan-2021
Publisher: Usborne Publishing, Limited