Go Eat Worms!

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Published

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#

21

Pages

119

Go Eat Worms!

Discovering the creatures of his basement worm farm in unlikely and unwanted places, like his bed, his toothbrush, and his spaghetti, worm-obsessed Todd finds himself grossed out by the very things with which he used to torture his sister.

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