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Title:
It's a good thing there are earthworms / by Jodie Shepherd ; content consultant Elizabeth Case DeSantis, M.A. Elementary Education, Julia A. Stark Elementary School, Stamford, Connecticut ; reading consultant Jeanne Clidas, Ph.D., Reading Specialist.
Title Variants:
It is a good thing there are earthworms
ISBN:
9780531228364
Publication Information:
Scholastic Library Pub 2014

New York : Children's Press, an imprint of Scholastic Inc., 2015.
Physical Description:
32 pages : color illustrations ; 19 cm.
General Note:
Includes index.

Rookie read-about science
Contents:
It's a good thing ... -- Earthworm bodies -- Where do earthworms live? -- More and more earthworms! -- Creature feature fun.
Abstract:
"Introduces the reader to earthworms and explains the roles they play in the environment."-- Provided by publisher.
Audience/Reading Level:
Ages 3-6.
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Summary

Summary

There are plenty of creatures in the world that some people would prefer to live without! Bats and spiders are scary. Bees and snakes can be deadly. But each of these creatures plays an important role in its ecosystem.

Key Features:

Fun facts offering fun, sometimes little-known facts about the subject Photos with callouts for body parts "Creature Feature Fun" section which includes:
- silly animal riddles
- a close-up look at the most incredible members of each species
- a fun habitat quiz and important conservation information Glossary with pictures www.factsfornow.scholastic.com See inside front cover for more information.