“This is a disarmingly silly read that manages to share cool worm science with a light and easy touch.” - Book of the Month ― BBC Wildlife
'Full of surprising and fascinating facts of interest to every 7- to 11-year-old.' ― Association for Science Education
“Charles Darwin and his love of earthworms, creatures whose poo sustains and enriches the soil, is the subject of this heavily illustrated picture book. Ties in with the “minibeasts” key Stage One topic.” ― The Bookseller
"both amusing for young readers and factually interesting…an ideal choice to inform and entertain.” ― How It Works
“An entertaining exploration of Charles Darwin’s 40-year-long study of worms" ― The Observer
BBC Wildlife Magazine, March 2023
This is a disarmingly silly read that manages to share cool worm science with a light and easy touch. Subscribe to Wildlife Magazine here.
How it Works. Issue: 172
An ideal choice to inform and entertain young readers. The story of perseverance and passion reveal some of the lesser known facts about Darwin's work & character.
"Darwin's Super-pooping Worm Spectacular, shows the rapid evolution of non-fiction books for children... " To find out more about the SLA, click here: www.sla.org.uk
The Green Parent : March 23
The book is really informative, positive, funny and thoroughly enjoyable to read. The cover easily draws in children and sets the tone of the book. Maxine M