Lowly Worm is one of Richard Scarry's best loved characters, and the star of this lively collection of stories, in which he takes an unexpected ride on a hot-air balloon; helps Huckle find just the right gift for Mother Cat; rides the roller coaster at the fair and builds a castle at the beach. With everything from bike crashes to a big birthday surprise, these stories show exactly why Lowly is one special worm, loved the world over. Every page has something to delight over and discuss.

Richard Scarry's The adventures of Lowly Worm - Richard Scarry

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Title
Richard Scarry's The adventures of Lowly Worm
Author
Richard Scarry
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Faber & Faber
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20210107

Lowly Worm is one of Richard Scarry's best loved characters, and the star of this lively collection of stories, in which he takes an unexpected ride on a hot-air balloon; helps Huckle find just the right gift for Mother Cat; rides the roller coaster at the fair and builds a castle at the beach. With everything from bike crashes to a big birthday surprise, these stories show exactly why Lowly is one special worm, loved the world over. Every page has something to delight over and discuss.

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Richard Scarry is unquestionably one of the most-loved children's authors of all time. He wrote more than 250 books which have gone on to sell more than 150 million copies globally that have been translated into dozens of languages. Mr. Scarry, who was born in Boston and moved to Switzerland in 1968, once wrote: 'It's a precious thing to be communicating to children, helping them discover the gift of language and thought. I'm happy to be doing it.'

Type
BOOK
Edition
Reprint
Keyword Index
Worms - Pictorial works - Juvenile fiction.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
44

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