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bookworm,

popular name for the larvae of several beetles that bore through books, e.g., the drugstore, spider, and deathwatch beetles.

bookworm

any of various small insects that feed on the binding paste of books, esp the book louse
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The goal is to collect more than one ton of books in upstate New York and Connecticut and distribute more than 230,000 Bookworm Club Reading Cards through area library summer reading programs and at restaurants during the "Summer Reading Challenge" timeframe.
Peggle had the greatest affect, improving mood by 573% across all study subjects - with Bejeweled 2 at 435% and Bookworm Adventures at 303%.
In Bookworm, to complete each level, players link adjoining letter tiles to build words and feed "Lex.
In Bookworm, players must build words from contiguous letter tiles on a grid.
For a real live bookworm, it is the only place to be.
It is the second time Hopkins, 58, has been taken ill since he began filming Bookworm in Canada's freezing Rocky Mountains.
com; Sophie McKibben, 12, editor and publisher of Bookworm magazine; and Steve Winter, contributing photographer for National Geographic magazine.
Tickets are available from the Bookworm bookshop in Market Place, Meltham, or by phoning 01484 850684.
com/appstore/ Bookworm is the most popular digital word game of all time, and this new adaptation has been customized for Apple's highly successful smart devices, and contains nearly the entire volume of words from the Oxford English Dictionary, plus a host of new features found only in this version.
O'Neil, a 6-foot-11 forward, fits perfectly the profile for Stanford: He's a gifted student and a self-described bookworm with aspirations of becoming a mathematician.
The Bookworm, which featured on children's bookmarks many years ago, is back with a new image to encourage young readers back to Coventry libraries.