Author: Doreen Cronin
The "Earthworm's Diary" series of picture books show young readers the wonderful life of earthworms, spiders and flies, as well as the precious friendship between them, with humorous brushstrokes and bright pictures.
The picture book uses a novel diary format to record the growth of the three little guys and the affection and friendship between them and their families and friends. With extraordinary imagination, the author reveals the life habits of earthworms, spiders, and flies through funny pictures and texts, allowing young readers to learn to face their worries and cherish friends in laughter.
Earthworm: I really want spiders and flies to go to the same school as me, but I know it won't work. Because flies can't take twisting lessons, and spiders can't take ground burrowing lessons.
Spider: Today is the "safety day" of the school. We know that vacuum cleaners can eat spider webs, which are very, very dangerous. If we hear the sound of the vacuum cleaner, we should "stop, jump, and run."
Flies: I asked my mother why I can't have my own room like an earthworm. Mom said because you have 327 brothers and sisters.
Recommended for ages: 3-6