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Mass Market Paperback Go Eat Worms! Book

ISBN: 0439671140

ISBN13: 9780439671149

Go Eat Worms!

(Part of the Goosebumps (#21) Series and צמרמורת (#34) Series)

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They're baa-ack! Make way for the bestselling children's series of all time! With a fresh new look, GOOSEBUMPS is set to scare a whole new generation of kids. So reader beware--you're in for a scare! They're creepy and they're crawly -- they're totally disgusting! Obsessed with worms? That's putting it mildly. Todd is so fascinated with worms, he keeps a worm farm in his basement! Most of all, Todd loves torturing his sister and her best friend with...

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5 ratings

Twenty First Goosebumps story tests readers' mettle.

This particular story outlines the nightmare that sixth grader Todd Barstow faces when worms appear to become a very annoying part of his life. Todd is a worm fanatic from the start. He even keeps a worm farm in his basement. The creatures fascinate him and represent his interest in science. Todd also enjoys teasing his sister Regina and her best friend Beth Baker. Todd's mischievous and "gross" pranks soon turn into his own living nightmare. As the story unfolds, Todd and his best friend Danny chuckle as they dangle worms before Regina and Beth. They even dig them up and collect them for Todd's farm. Eventually, Stine reveals that Todd plans to use them in a science project for school. They continue digging for worms every chance they get until they meet Patrick. Both Danny and Todd are shocked to discover that Patrick has a very different idea for the science fair, using worms as well. Todd begins to think that it's more than just a coincidence when the pranks he and Danny used to play on his sister start happening to him. Patrick is Todd's primary suspect as worms turn up everywhere. They are in his homework, his locker, his bed, his shower, and even start showing up in his food. Soon Todd realizes that Patrick is not involved and that his worms have become obsessed with him. R.L. Stine's Goosebumps books are a popular series that continue to captivate readers in primary to intermediate elementary grades. Stine's style is creative, eerie and interesting. Kids easily adapt to the characters who are realistic and colorful without being too complex. (They are almost interchangeable with other Goosebumps stories because of their simplicity and realism.) The setting usually compliments the story well and reflects ordinary places that most kids quickly recognize. The most effective element however is the plot. Stine's stories are straight from the imagination. The novelty of each tale is chilling and eerie with a twist of fun. The plot lines are intriguing enough to entertain readers of all ages, yet simplistic enough to keep reluctant readers involved. Goosebumps make a satisfying leisurely read for avid readers that can be shared with reluctant and beginning readers as well. I strongly recommend Goosebumps books for every teacher because they are adaptable to the curriculum in so many ways. The themes, and events present many opportunities for exciting dialogue and can be utilized for a variety of different hands on assignments. Most of all, the Goosebumps stories encourage reading. That in itself is strong enough reason to keep at least one handy.

Impressive!

Stine's usually describes his horror very unscary like, but in this book i noticed stine had more detail to his horror than he typically does...perhaps its just because i have phobias of small crawling things... but, i say this is one of stine's better books, and whole heartily suggest it to any young reader.

Go eat worms:

In this addition to the Goosebumps series it is about a boy named "Todd", he tortures his sister continually. He does experiments for a science prjoect and his fascination with worms cuts a worm in half. This action proves to be a wrong move as soon after he starts to believe the worms are seeking revenge on him buy showing up in his food,bed,and almost everything out. One highlight of the book is the horrifying bathroom dream. This book just might make you scared of worms. Read the book to find out the secret behind the worms.God Bless ~Amy

You will like this in your Goosebumps collection

The book is very detailed. It is scary and funny.

A very interesting book. You have to read this!!!!!

This book is interesting.This, I think is one of the BEST Goosebumps books written!!!!! R.L. Stine uses descriptive vocabulary and makes interesting plots. You must read this book!!!!
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