Worm Loves Worm Perfect for fans of And Tango Makes Three and The Sissy Duckling this irresistible picture book is a celebration of love in all its splendid forms from debut author J J Austrian and the acclaimed aut

  • Title: Worm Loves Worm
  • Author: J.J. Austrian Mike Curato
  • ISBN: 9780062386335
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Perfect for fans of And Tango Makes Three and The Sissy Duckling, this irresistible picture book is a celebration of love in all its splendid forms from debut author J J Austrian and the acclaimed author illustrator of Little Elliot, Big City, Mike Curato.You are cordially invited to celebrate the wedding of a worm and a worm.When a worm meets a special worm and thPerfect for fans of And Tango Makes Three and The Sissy Duckling, this irresistible picture book is a celebration of love in all its splendid forms from debut author J J Austrian and the acclaimed author illustrator of Little Elliot, Big City, Mike Curato.You are cordially invited to celebrate the wedding of a worm and a worm.When a worm meets a special worm and they fall in love, you know what happens next They get married But their friends want to know who will wear the dress And who will wear the tux The answer is It doesn t matter Because Worm loves worm.

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    481 thoughts on “Worm Loves Worm”

    1. This one took me by surprise. Sweet and simple, it manages to discuss gender, sexuality and "changing the way things have always been done" in a way that felt entirely natural to me.


    2. Two worms in love decide to marry. But it's never that simple. Cricket offers to officiate, because “That's how it's always been done.” One after another, other helpful bugs suggest nuptial enhancements. Beetle wants to be best man. Bees offer to be bridesmaids. A series of wedding traditions are presented and accommodated by the flexible worms. When it comes to wedding garb, the worms are especially flexible. Given their hermaphroditic nature, either worm can be the bride or groom. So, each [...]



    3. So much fun! All the insects pile on to make sure that Worm and Worm have a wedding "the way it's always been done." But when the spider goes to put the veil on the bride, both Worm and Worm explain that they can be the bride. Same with being the groom. And as for their wedding, "we'll just have to change how it's done," says Worm. The wedding turned out just fine, because Worm loves Worm.Huzzah.


    4. So I think there was a message here, and maybe it could be a kind of cute wedding present for a gay couple, but as a kids' book, it's not working for me. If it's ok for anyone to be the bride or the groom, why do they still have to follow all the other dumb traditions? Why can't they have dirt to eat and cowboy hats to wear? Ugh, I hate the wedding industry!


    5. Worm and worm just want to get married, because they love each other, but everyone keeps insisting on STUFF. Cake, and veil, and dancing, and best beetle— will they ever get to just be married and celebrate?


    6. I read this aloud and realized on the surface its about marriage, but it also reflects same-sex marriage and could apply to either males or females. It is age appropriate and good for younger kids.


    7. This book is about two worms who love each other and want to get married. Their friends want to help them out by being a part of the wedding party, "like how it is usually done." However, both worms realized that neither one of them can be the groom or bride and both of them can be either the groom or bride. So, they were able to get married but not "like how it is usually done." It contains themes of love and acceptance. It's a good way to introduce students to different family structures.


    8. Worm Loves Worm tells the tale of two worms who fall in love and want to get married. Simple? It seems that it should be, until others add their own ideas of "how" to marry. Cricket decides they need someone to marry them, and that it will be him. Then Beetle insists there must be a "Best Beetle", and the bees shout that they can be "Best Bees". Each time, the worms agree, and ask, "Now, Can we be married?" You can imagine how this continues on. These two worms are so agreeable; they love each o [...]


    9. I thought this was going to be a book about how silly weddings are. But it's actually a book about love without labels. Worm and Worm are each both bride and groom. The final illustration is just amazing and beautiful. Dest loves Worm Loves Worm book.






    10. Two worms have fallen in love and decide to get married. They get lots of advice from other insects. Cricket offers to marry them. Beetle insists on being the "best beetle." The Bees want to be the bride's bees. Cricket tells them that they need rings for their fingers, but they don't have fingers so they wear the rings as belts. There has to be a band and a dance even though the worms don't dance, they just wiggle. Then come the clothes and the cake. But which worm is the bride and which is the [...]


    11. Um, no. At face value, this book is adorable. Two worms decide to marry and are then bombarded with everything that goes along with wedding planning. The worms decide to do things differently, which is fine. HOWEVER, this book is being heralded as such a great statement about how the definition of marriage can be changed. No, you don't need rings and attendants and dresses. BUT, marriage, at it's heart, is still a law of God, between a man and a woman. You can change the details, you can change [...]


    12. Worm loves worm.They decide to be married. But one of them must be the groom and one must be the bride because that's the way it's always been done, right? But maybe this time, they can just change how things have always been done.This picture book is delightful. It's sparse and lovely and a wonderful tool to simply explain marriage equality. A great addition to any collection.


    13. Worm Loves Worm is a simple, cute book about two worms who want to get married. Worm and Worm want to marry because they love each other, and when their friends try to make things more complicated than they should be by introducing traditional wedding ideals like the need for a bride and a groom, they decide that the way things have always been done is not always the right way.


    14. This one is super cute. The worms are pulled into all the frippery of a wedding by their friends, when all they want is each other. Asexual fun and some very interesting friends (I don't trust that spider guy!) make this adorable.


    15. This picture book is about gender non-binary love, but it seemed to be more about the deplorable commercialism of the wedding industry.Cute, but the whole time I was hoping something would cut the worms in half so they could be polyamorous.



    16. Here is the perfect treat for Valentine's Day! It is a delightful book about how love can arrive in all different forms and so can marriage!





    17. This book needs a parental warning on it.Being an amateur worm-farmer, I noticed this book while at the library with my 5 yr. old granddaughter. I read it to her it starts out a cute story of 2 worms who want to get marriedBut wait! Is this CHILD'S book really an LGBTQEtc agenda message on 'gender-fluidity'? Unbelievable! Worried that I was seeing a conspiracy where none existed, I read some other GR comments, and while most loved it NONE had missed the point being that gender is an unimportant [...]


    18. A story about two worms that wish to get married that gently introduces ideas of gender and sexuality in a way children can understand. Simplistic illustrations also make it easy to interpret the story for children.





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