Monograph Publishing Releases New Children’s Book About Worms and the Environment

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Monograph Publishing: “Molly Green Likes Worms,” by Doss Brodhead Margiotta is a children’s book about Molly Green, a 6-year-old little girl who loves to help her Nana in the garden. Molly is very concerned about taking care of the Earth, and as they dig in the soil together planting flowers and vegetables, her Nana teaches her the importance of worms and how they benefit our planet.

Parents and children together will enjoy learning about the importance of Earth's ecology and the small creatures who help take care of it.

Geared for three to nine year-olds, Molly Green Likes Worms is an educational, fun book with bright, colorful illustrations by Patricia L. Nagy. The author based Molly’s character on the way she pictured a granddaughter if she had one, and their conversations in the garden are based on times spent with her three grandsons as they dig for worms with her in her yard.

This delightful children’s book teaches that although worms may seem dirty and slimy, they are really very gentle and good for the earth. It teaches that worms are good for the soil and their little tunnels in the ground allow the roots of trees, flowers and grass to get water. It teaches that people should never be afraid of worms, and if they see one on a sidewalk, they should pick it up and put it back in the grass where it is safe; otherwise it will die.

Molly Green Likes Worms” is a well-written, well-illustrated, 8 1/2 x 11, 40-page book that will capture the attention of young children as it teaches them about taking care of the Earth in which they live. With large type and charming pictures, parents and children together will enjoy learning about the importance of Earth’s ecology and the small creatures who help take care of it.

About the Author

Doss Brodhead Margiotta is a retired kindergarten teacher whose love of nature permeated her teaching and her classroom. It was important that her students learned to respect all living things and to understand the role each living thing played in the food chain and the ecosystem. She is an avid gardener and loves the outdoors. Doss and her husband, Bart, raised two sons and they now have three grandsons. Margiotta, who lives in St. Louis, Missouri, is currently working on her second book about Molly Green and Turtles.

“Molly Green Likes Worms” is available at for $15.95.

About Monograph Publishing

Monograph Publishing
Office: 636-938-1100

Monograph Publishing is a multi-dimensional company based in St. Louis, Missouri specializing in high quality publications, design, fine art prints and photography.

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