The Worm and the Bird Read Online Free - A new, beautifully illustrated picture book from the bestselling author of The Fox and the Star, winner of Waterstones Book of the Year 2015.
Deep below the earth, Worm dreams of having more space. There's not much room down there.
Above, Bird waits, through sun and rain and wind.
As the day goes on, will they both find what they are looking for?
From the author of The Fox and the Star, this is a book about searching and hoping, and how the smallest moment can be beautiful.
|Title||:||The Worm and the Bird|
|Number of Pages||:||64 pages|
October 23, 2017
soooo, apparently i’ve become a downer. which is not a shocking realization; more a confirmation of how my ever-declining circumstances have affected my mood and outlook and productivity and now, even my ability to interpret books.
because if the intended message of this book is “about searching...
September 05, 2017
There's not too much I want to say about this book as being a picture book the story is quite condensed. I can say it's a stunning object that I think adults and children alike will love. There is also some mild peril and slight dread I wasn't expecting. Hahaha. It's also perfectly autumnal.
December 12, 2017
I'm borrowing Hannah's words when I say that this was a bit underwhelming a just "meh".
Oh and I also sneakily read this in a bookshop.
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January 13, 2018
A beautiful book filled with pictures as meaningful as its words. Or perhaps, pictures weighs more than words in this particular case.
The Worm and the Bird is a delight for the eye and the mind. It's about a worm, lived in cramped spaces beneath the earth, always working, never resting, always cr...
September 16, 2017
A poignant little picture book that is just as beautiful inside as it is outside!
A real stunner and one that both children and adults will enjoy on many levels!
August 28, 2017
Absolutely beautiful cover, and gorgeous illustrations. A somewhat dark tale about the importance of devoting time to the things that really matter.
January 11, 2018
Unceasingly inspirational and beautiful.
November 06, 2017
This was kind of depressing, which is probably why I liked it more than The Fox and The Star. It's a bit about mindfulness and the desire for solitude. It felt more like poetry than a picture book.
January 13, 2018
3* stars for the aesthetic pleasing art but the text wasn't for me. Nothing special in that.
December 27, 2017
Gawd, these illustrations though