Author(s): Nicki Greenberg
Worm lives underground, munching through the earth. Life is pretty predictable - or so he thinks. ...Then one day, everything changes.
A funny, gentle exploration of how we see the world.
From the award winning author and illustrator Nicki Greenberg comes a tale of the life or a worm. Explosions of colour and vibrancy transform what could be quite a dry book. Nicki is known for her books for older readers, particularly her graphic novel version of Hamlet, which won the CBCA picture book of the year in 2011, but has also recently had success with picture book for younger readers. In 2015 her book Teddy Takes the Train won the Speech Pathology Australia, Book of the Year Award ages 3-6, Worm is a book for preschool and early readers.
Nicki Greenberg is a writer and illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia. Her first picture books, The Digits series, were published when she was fifteen years old. She later spent ten years disguised as a lawyer, while maintaining a not-so-secret Other Life as a comics artist and children's book author. Nicki is the creator of the awardwinning 'staged-on-the-page' adaptation of Shakespeare's 'Hamlet', and of the graphic adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'The Great Gatsby', as well as a range of books for younger readers.