Provides an introduction to worms, including their physical characteristics, where they live, and what they eat.
Worms! They're more than just the squiggly things on a fish hook. Worms live in the earth, in the sea, in other bodies of water, and even inside insects or animals. They can be round or flat, really long or microscopic, colorful or see-through, even glowing. Learn more about how these wigglers live, what they eat . . . and who eats them.
Kate Waters is an experienced nonfiction editor and the author of the Smithsonian books Curious About Fossils and Curious About the White House, and Samuel Eaton's Day- A Day in the Life of a Pilgrim Boy, among others. She lives in Yonkers, New York.
What's wiggling around underground . . . and underwater?