Worm Loves Worm

Book review by Darienne Stewart, Common Sense Media
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age 4+

Love wins in sweet, unconventional wedding tale.

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age 3+

Love is the Important Thing

My daughter thinks this is a great book - multiple requests to read it the month we got it. Reading it I giggle and smile and am very impressed by how clever it is. As someone who does not subscribe to the importance of a public ceremony for my private relationship, I adore this book. As someone who believes that loving relationships should be legally acknowledged in their various forms, I adore this book. As someone who squirms at the emphasis on weddings as grand things that come off as the be all, end all, I adore this book.

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