- Unknown Binding
- ASIN: B001DO312Q
- Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.2 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.8 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (188 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,809,678 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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As part of the Junior Girl Scout "Books Badge," I asked my 12-year-old Girl Scouts to read a review of "Diary of a Worm," then read the book and see if they agreed with the reviewer's opinion. Well, those 12-year-olds were soon cracking up at the idea of a worm diary, but they laughed even more at the directions in which the illustrator took the diary entries.
When the little boy worm writes, "July 4... When I grow up, I want to be a Secret Service agent..." my girls roared at the picture of two little worm agents in sunglasses and earpieces, wearing black suit jackets (no pants, of course). They laughed even harder as one girl pointed out, "Look! He drew the jacket with sleeves, but they've got no arms to put in them!"
How funny are these little details? Take a close look at: a dentist whose name tag reads "Dr. D. Kay"; macaroni necklaces consisting of one piece of macaroni that completely encircles the worm's neck; and the books that the worm is dragging home from school, with the titles "DIGGING - A History" or "Compost 101."
The funniest bits, however, are the illustrations on the book's endpapers! They are meant to look like the little worm's scrapbook, and have family photos with his captions written underneath. A picture of him with a baseball says "I found this really cool rock!" Another drawing is a corner of a $20 bill with the caption "Isn't this leaf awesome?"
My five year old son adores this book. AND so do I, AND so do all of my 12 year old Girl Scouts! No mean feat (or feet, either!) (sorry, couldn't resist a "feet" joke)
We all HIGHLY recommend this book. :-)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is just so adorable and goofy. My son loves worms (for bait and fun in the garden) and we just laugh at this little story. The graphics are wonderful.Published 28 days ago by Michaela R. Johnson
My 6 year old reqested this book on his xmas wish list. I catch him reading it over and over again! A cute story that captures his attention.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Funnier than I expected. Use this for worm unit I teach to kids and adults. Both groups laugh at diary entries. Easy to read and tells things from a worm's perspective.Published 4 months ago by Anna R
Excellent book. I had to order a new one because I had loaned my two other copies to teachers and didn't get them back. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Used this book to teach fact vs. fiction. The kids loved the story.Published 6 months ago by J. Poon
I think I originally bought this book at a library book sale so that I'd have it to release through BookCrossing, but then I read it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by E. & J. Roberts
Diary of a Worm is a very funny book about adventures, thoughts, and lessons learned by a young worm and his best friend, spider. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kathleen Ritter