Book Review: Wiggly the Worm by Arnie Lightning

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Book Review: Wiggly the Worm by Arnie Lightning

by Eve Culley


Follow the adventures of Wiggly Worm and his best friends (Snarky Snail, Rattles Snake, and Munchy Mosquito). Wiggly and his friends live in a backyard garden. What happens when they decide to explore outside the yard?


This is an excellent story book for early readers, reading aloud at home, and as a bedtime story.


  • 5 fun short stories for kids

  • Includes "just for fun" activities

  • Short story chapter book with pictures

  • Perfect for a bedtime story for kids

  • Excellent for early and beginner readers

  • Big and cute illustrations for early and younger readers




This book is great for a quick bedtime story or to be read aloud with friends and family!




Story & Activity List:


  • Wiggly Worm and the Garden Town

  • Just for Fun Activity

  • Snarky Snail’s Story

  • Rattles Snake Saves the Day

  • Munchy Mosquito’s Last Bite

  • Just for Fun Activity

  • Mac Apple’s Lucky Day

  • Just for Fun Activity

  • About the Author


Best-Selling Children's Book Author, Arnie Lightning


Arnie Lightning at Mustard Seed Sentinel

Arnie Lightning is a best-selling children's book author with a straightforward goal.


He wants his work to create a positive impact in the lives of others through children's books. Learning morals, lessons, and good character can start at a young age.


Arnie's books reflect this. By providing a comfortable and entertaining environment, learning can be a fun activity!


My Take on the Book


There are five short stories and three Just for Fun Activities included in this cute book. Each story is entertaining and filled with problem solving fun. The Just for Fun Activities look to be fun to do as a group or by yourself from building a little garden town to making your own toaster oven apple pie.

About the Reviewer


Eve Culley at Mustard Seed Sentinel

Storytelling is as much a part of me as breathing is to my body.


I have found that as I tell stories, putting them on paper, it makes room for the other stories that are building and will need to be told soon.


I write for children because of their wonderful imaginations. They are the very best at believing that the probable can become possible.


Nothing is any better than when the reader climbs into the adventure and joins the journey with you.


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You can read Eve’s column on the 2nd Monday each month here at Mustard Seed Sentinel.


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