“Worm, Slug, Maggot & Leech and their Troublesome Transformation” by Polly Walker

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I thoroughly enjoyed reading the story about a Worm, Slug, Maggot and Leech and their, oh, so Troublesome Transformation. Thank you, Polly!

I haven’t read a children’s  book for a long time and due to this fact I wasn’t sure how to review this fantastic piece. To try and look through the eyes of a child, or to try and look through the eyes of a parent handing over this book to a child? You could not fault the book either way.

I’ll start from the beginning and tell you what thoughts came to my mind upon reading-

The illustrations are imaginative and pretty, yet simple and adorable. Who knew creepy-crawlies could look so cute?! The natural creatures are picked out perfectly to forward the message of self-worth and beauty (which is always in the eye of the beholder, remember!)

The story is beautifully and flowingly written- rhythm and rhyme are evident! It’s almost as if the story pulls you into a trance and what better way to spread a positive message than by getting hooked on it? 🙂


I love the wisdom behind the words- they deliver a powerful message! What a great way to simplify the importance of self-worth and self-respect to children! *****

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To find out more about “Worm, Slug, Maggot & Leech and their Troublesome Transformation” and Polly; and to pre-order click here

Remember- when you pre-order- you will help the author launch a publishing career and there are some perks for you as well, such as getting yours or your loved one’s name printed in the book! Have children? Fantastic- pre-order the book for your child and have their name in the book! 🙂

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