Would a Worm Go on a Walk is a beautifully illustrated children’s book. The story is written like poetry, which has a rhythm that children can enjoy.
While on vacation, I read this book to my 2-year-old nephew and he loved it. Everyday he requested that I read it. There are several animals for children to point out. You can ask children to count how many blue, yellow, or red flowers they see on other things on the pages.
The story is a very easy read for younger children and has a great message. The message is from Gen 1:31 that God made him or her special. The children in my family loved it, and I am sure, other children will be just as delighted when they hear it too.
As a mother who loves books for children, I highly recommend this book and think it would make a great gift for children between 0 and 5 years old. Would a Worm Go on a Walk by Hannah C. Hall get my Cleverly Changing stamp of approval.
Interview with My Daughter About Would a Worm Go on a Walk
Would you recommend the book Would a Worm Go on a Walk:
My daughter: Yes, I would recommend it because I like the pictures.
What did you like about the story?
My daughter: Other than the pictures, I liked the rhyming words.
Which picture is your favorite in the book?
My daughter: The pictures about the lion
About The Book:
Author: Hannah C. Hall, Bill Bolton
Link for purchase: http://shopbetterbooks.com/would-a-worm-go-on-a-walk/
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