Snail & Worm All Day: Three Stories About Two Friends

By: Tina Kügler

Snail and Worm are back at it and sure to have readers giggling from dawn ‘til dusk (wait—do snails and worms sleep?) in Snail and Worm All Day, complete with heartfelt humor and Tina Kügler’s irresistible illustrations.

Brimming with laugh-out-loud jokes, these three new stories are sweet celebrations of cooperation and discovery.

Full-color illustrations were done with acrylic, collage, and digital media.

ISBN: 9780358063643

JLG Release: Jan 2020


Series: Snail & Worm
Sensitive Areas: None
Topics: Best friends , Friendship , Snails , Worms , Humorous stories

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Awards & Honors

Kirkus Best Books - 2019
SLJ Best Books - 2019
CPL Best Books - 2019

Praise & Reviews

Starred or favorable reviews have been received from these periodicals:

Kirkus Reviews*, The Horn Book Magazine, Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books*

Horn Book

The two inveterate invertebrate pals (Snail & Worm, rev. 5/16; Snail & Worm Again, rev. 5/17) return in another set of adventures in three easy-reader-style chapters. “Best Day Ever,” as described by cheery Snail, focuses on it being others’ best day: even though “I broke my toy...bumped my shell...can’t find my shoes The two inveterate invertebrate pals (Snail & Worm, rev. 5/16; Snail & Worm Again, rev. 5/17) return in another set of adventures in three easy-reader-style chapters. “Best Day Ever,” as described by cheery Snail, focuses on it being others’ best day: even though “I broke my toy...bumped my shell...can’t find my shoes,” Snail sees that it’s Frog’s best day because she “learned to blow bubbles” and it’s Bird’s best day because her eggs hatched. The story ends with Snail’s well-timed, punch-line realization: “My day is not so bad. I just remembered that I don’t wear shoes.” “The Spooky Cave” presents a silly case of mistaken identity (a turtle in its shell is not a cave-dwelling dragon). “A Bedtime Story” highlights Worm’s nurtur-ing side and the friends’ narrative compatibility. “That was a great story about me and you. Good night.” With varied mixed-media illustrations (full pages, spot art, occasional spreads and panels) and dialogue-only text that’s color-coded to each speaker, new readers should feel supported in their efforts while being continually entertained.

Book Details

ISBN

9780358063643

First Release

January 2020

Genre

Fic

Dewey Classification

E

Trim Size

8 1/2" x 7"

Page Count

32

Accelerated Reader

Level 1.7; Points: 0.5;

Scholastic Reading Counts

Level 0; Points: 0;

Lexile

Level AD370L

Format

Print Book

Edition

Hardcover edition

Publisher

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Potentially Sensitive Areas

None

Topics

Best friends, Friendship, Snails, Worms, Humorous stories,

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