How to Eat Fried Worms by Thomas RockwellPeople are always daring Billy to do zany things. But Billy may have bitten off more than he can chew when he takes his friend Alans bet that Billy cant eat fifteen worms in fifteen days. If Billy wins, Alan has to fork over fifty dollars. Billy wants the money to buy a used minibike, so hes ready to dig in. He sets up mustard and ketchup, salt and pepper, and sugar and lemon to disguise the disgusting taste.
Good news for Billy—once he gets going, he finds himself actually getting hooked on those juicy worms.
Bad news for Billy—Alan is busy cooking up schemes to make Billy worm out of the bet. Will Billy keep up his wormy work for fifteen days?
No cheating! Keep eating! Worm by worm by worm...
How to Eat Fried Worms
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I'd eat fifteen worms if somebody'd bet me a hundred dollars.” fried, fricasseed.” “Yeah, but BILLY ate it offhand, sideways, reading a comic book. Alan and.
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Literature Games and Vocabulary Games are fun ways to expand your child's knowledge of the English language, all while having fun. Kids learning ESL or kids just trying to expand their vocabulary can benefit from playing word games for kids. It is currently published by Yearling. Books like How to Eat Fried Worms are an integral part of language arts curriculum. This story is all about a boy named Billy that must eat 15 worms in 15 days in order to win a cash bet. The story begins with four friends, Billy, Tom, Alan, and Joe making a bet.
Because of a bet, Billy is in the uncomfortable position of having to eat fifteen worms in fifteen days. The worms are supplied by his opponent, whose motto is "The bigger and juicier, the better! But later it looks as if Billy will win, and the challenge becomes getting to the worm to eat it. Billy's family, after checking with the doctor, takes everything in stride. They even help Billy through his gastronomic ordeal, which twists and turns with each new day, leaving the outcome of the bet continually in doubt. See more about this book on Archive. Copy and paste this code into your Wikipedia page.