Diary of a Worm: Nat the Gnat MOBI î Diary of MOBI

Diary of a Worm: Nat the Gnat MOBI î Diary of MOBI


Diary of a Worm: Nat the Gnat [Read] ➲ Diary of a Worm: Nat the Gnat Author Doreen Cronin – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Worm is thrilled when it s his turn to take care of the class pet, Nat the Gnat But everything goes wrong when he leaves the lid of Nat s tank open Can Worm make sure the class pet returns safe and so Worm is thrilled when a Worm: Kindle Ñ it s his turn to take care of the class pet, Nat the Gnat But everything goes wrong when he leaves the lid of Nat s tank open Can Worm make sure the class pet returns safe and sound before Mrs Mulch finds out This all new, original I Can read story captures the fun of theNew York Times bestselling Diary of a Worm picture book series by Doreen Cronin and Harry Bliss, and will leave beginning readers wiggling for This LevelI Can read book is Diary of MOBI :Ú perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.

  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Diary of a Worm: Nat the Gnat
  • Doreen Cronin
  • English
  • 01 October 2019
  • 006208707X

About the Author: Doreen Cronin

Doreen Cronin was a a Worm: Kindle Ñ practicing attorney in Manhattan when her first book Click, Clack Moo Cows That Type became a publishing success But her book was not published overnight In fact, she had written this barnyard tale even before attending law school but only received rejection letters from publishers Five years after submitting the original manuscript she got a call from a publisher who wanted to turn her story into a book and the rest is history The busy life of a writer left no room for courtroom litigation and Diary of MOBI :Ú arbitration so Doreen made the leap to being a full time children s book author She then teamed up once again with illustrator Betsy Lewin to write another hilarious barnyard tale, Giggle, Giggle, Quack, that continues the escapades of these lovable animals on a farmIn Doreen s latest book, Diary of a Worm, she explores the daily life of a lovable worm Who knew that the underground dwellings and activities of worms could be so funny Readers may even find that worm s life is much the same as theirs except of a Worm: PDF ☆ worm eats his homework and his head looks a whole lot like his rear Doreen was born in Queens and grew up in Long Island She graduated from Pennsylvannia State University and St John s University School of Law She currently resides in New York with her husband and dog Ruffie.



10 thoughts on “Diary of a Worm: Nat the Gnat

  1. Ryan Peters Ryan Peters says:

    This is a good book for kids ages 3 8 This is a fun book for kids to read, it has dates and small stories in it like a diary format It has funny events that happen in it that kids can enjoy reading about.

  2. Peacegal Peacegal says:

    Oh no, the worms class pet, Nat the Gnat, is missing While this one isn t as memorable as the delightful original DIARY OF A WORM, it s still a nice, quality beginning reader with an engaging story about responsibility and honesty.

  3. Miss Sarah Miss Sarah says:

    A worm gets to take home the new class pet of gnat but loses him Will he tell the truth Preschool and up

  4. Lori Lori says:

    Cute story about responsibility honesty Cute story about responsibility honesty

  5. Arwen Arwen says:

    Sooo much love for Diary of a Worm And this book is not an exception The class gets a new pet, a gnat named Nat Cute, colorful and informative with a nice story besides.

  6. Emmaline MacBeath Emmaline MacBeath says:

    First, this book is NOT written by Doreen Cronin nor illustrated by Harry Bliss They are the creators of the original Diary of a Worm picture book This book is a spin off based on that book It is written as an early reader I love that they took great characters and turned them into something interesting for early readers.In this book, Worm s class has a pet Nat the gnat When it is worm s turn to take care of Nat, he opens the tank and loses Nat He doesn t tell Spider helps him to capture First, this book is NOT written by Doreen Cronin nor illustrated by Harry Bliss They are the creators of the original Diary of a Worm picture book This book is a spin off based on that book It is written as an early reader I love that they took great characters and turned them into something interesting for early readers.In this book, Worm s class has a pet Nat the gnat When it is worm s turn to take care of Nat, he opens the tank and loses Nat He doesn t tell Spider helps him to capture another gnat Worm puts this gnat into the pet s tank and confesses to the class what happened I will not spoil the endThis book is a level one reader The sentences are short and simple for easy reading Yet there is a sprinkling of harder concepts to stretch the reader The story is from Worm s perspective which makes it interesting and has plenty of humor to enjoy.This story is even better than the first in this series Ifleveled readers were this interesting, I thinkkids would be chomping at the bit to read

  7. Elizabeth Houchen Elizabeth Houchen says:

    This book was enjoyable to read because the worm writes his own diary He writes in his journal about school, his friend Spider, his mom,dad, and sister He tells about how he wants to be a secret service agent one day He ate his homework and had to write I will not eat my homework 10 times but he ate that too I think the message for this short story was basically that the worm is small but he is still very important to the world.

  8. Read Ribbet Read Ribbet says:

    The three volumes in the Diary of series by Cronin now inspires I can Read books with the Harry Bliss influenced illustrations Using the diary format, we read the chronicle of a week in the Worm, Spider and Fly classroom when a new pet shows up Nat the Gnat You learn about gnats as a mystery develops.

  9. Kris Odahowski Kris Odahowski says:

    This I Can Read school pet story based Doreen Cronin s book is comically illustrated by John Nez, love the teachers cat eye glasses lots of small touches add to this visually engaging book The author Lori Haskins Houran makes the reader worry whether or not the teacher should be told about the class pet s possible escape Check it out here gcpls.org.

  10. Amy Amy says:

    Great little addition to the Diary of a Worm series Not as thorough as the picture booksbut definitely wonderful as an early reader PlusI learned something about gnats that I never knew before.

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