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Lowly Worm Joins the Circus: Level 2 (Busy World of Richard Scarry) [Library Binding]

Gail Herman , Richard Scarry


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5.0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT! The best children's book ever! 22 July 2001
By Shane - Published on Amazon.com
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Grrreat book! We thoroughly enjoyed it. Richard Scarry books are childhood companions that will undoubtedly remain favorites for many generations.
It's great how Lowly learns where he truly belongs.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Scarring up some drama... 26 Jan 2005
By Mr. James - Published on Amazon.com
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Yes, the circus has finally come to Busytown. In this episode we find Lowly Worm faced with the dilemma of having to choose his "real" family. Will he choose the circus family, who he wistfully runs away with after impressing their ring leader (Top Hat Fox), or will he remain true to the cat family, who has nurtured him thus far along the road of life? This installation proves to be an emotional rodeo that consequently introduces fundamental questions of 'authenticity' regarding adoptive kinship strategies in planned interspecies patternings. A stimulating and colorful romp.
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