Snail & Worm All Day
Author and Illustrator: Tina Kügler
Published September 24th, 2019 by HMH Books for Young Readers
Summary: Snail and Worm go on three silly adventures in this early reader chock full of heartfelt humor and irresistible illustrations. By Geisel Honor winner 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.
About the Author: Author-illustrator Tina Kügler lives in the Los Angeles area with her artist husband and three sons. When she is not making picture books, she can be found trying to befriend snails and worms in her backyard.www.tinakugler.squarespace.com Twitter: @tinatheatre Instagram: @kuglertina
Praise: ★ “All day, every day, is a good time for reading about Snail and Worm….Run (faster than Snail ever could) to get a copy of this winning early reader.”—Kirkus, STARRED review
“[N]ew readers should feel supported in their efforts while being continually entertained.”—The Horn Book
“Kügler’s clever, off-kilter stories are enhanced by colorful, expressive cartoon illustrations that give strong textual support….This latest Snail and Worm book is a strong addition to all early reader collections and a surefire hit with children and their adults.”—Booklist
“The friendly and cheerful cartoon illustrations effectively enhance the story’s sweet humor.”—School Library Journal
Review: As Trent has entered this world of early chapter and transitional books, I have been so lucky to learn about some amazing books out there, and I was so happy to get introduced to Snail and Worm with this book, and we cannot wait to read the rest of the series.
Teachers’ Tools for Navigation: Each of the three stories has a different chance to dig deep during a read aloud. The first story looks at how one bad thing doesn’t need to affect the entire day, the second story looks at habitats and contradictions, and the final story looks at creating a narrative.
- When you are having a bad day, what can you think about to make you feel better?
- What is a time that you thought something was different than what it was?
- What are the similarities and differences between Snail and Worm? Why do you think they are friends?
- How was snail a contradiction in the second story?
- Who is your best friend?
- Which of the three stories was your favorite? Why?
- What is a lesson that you learned from the book?
- How would the stories change if they were only from Snail’s point of view? Worm’s?
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**Thank you to Jessica at HMH for providing a copy for review and giveaway!**
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