This is a retold story with a new twist. In fact this story has been told and retold about a bejillion times.
One summer Nancy Jane plays outside and digs so much that her big sister tells her that if she keeps digging she might end up in Paris, France. One day Nancy Jane finds an earthworm crawling up out of one of her tunnels and thinks he must have come all the way from France. She names him Fefe and makes him her pet. Fefe and Nancy Jane have adventures playing in the dirt, but Fefe eats things that he shouldn�t and grows bigger and bigger, until one day he burps and gets small again. It�s funny and delightful from the point of view of a little girl who has no friends to play with.
Ruby Homer grew up in North Carolina, oldest of five siblings, currently resides in the Northwest. Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education and Masters of Education in Educational Administration, A former Kindergarten teacher, special education teacher, resource teacher, and elementary teacher, loves children and delights in telling stories. A mother of two beautiful daughters and a wonderful granddaughter, a loving aunt to her nieces and nephews, often called Aunt Suzie by children of friends who love her, fun loving and adventurous, goes the extra mile to ensure fun. Been telling and writing stories most of her life, especially to younger siblings.
5 being the highest, right? Oh my, ruby. i am so proud that you're book hit the bestseller list!i knew you'd get there. take care!
Great book! just amazing.