What the Worm Saw
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Meet Earthworm – pink, wriggly and busy helping
everyone’s gardens grow. 
In collaboration with the Royal Horticultural Society
(RHS), the UK's leading gardening charity, comes a charming tale
with a powerful message for little green minds: join one very special
worm to discover the important role earthworms play in nature
and how they help our wildlife thrive.  
This informative tale features delightful illustrations by Hannah
Peck (Somebody Swallowed Stanley) and includes additional
factual content young readers will love.
This beautiful, illustrated children's books series is the perfect
introduction to the world of flowers, trees and wildlife, ready
to inspire a new generation.

The perfect book to help you connect with nature
Stunning illustrations andfactual content that will take you
on a wonderful journey through nature
This amazing book will inspire children
(and grown-ups!) to get out in the garden
Reviews of What The Worm Saw
"This fun narrative way of informing young children about
the vital role earthworms play works well, especially with Hannah
Peck's engaging illustrations" The Reading Hub

What the Worm Saw Reviews | Toppsta

  • ISBN: 9780702315251
  • Pub Date: 1st February 2024
  • Publisher: Scholastic
  • Imprint: Scholastic
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 32

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About Hannah Peck

Born in Tasmania with Irish roots, Samuel J. Halpin is 27 and writes daily. Having studied journalism at the University of New South Wales, Samuel went on to take cinematography at AFTRS, the national Australian film school in Sydney before moving to London and working in comedy TV production. The Peculiar Peggs of Riddling Woods is his first answer to a chi

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