A sweet tale about less popular bugs and the importance of not stepping on them. Includes a song and unusual instruments.
- Cormac McCoy - the centipede
- Adie Hardy - the snail/the slug
- Anna-Christina - the spider
Cormac recording the voice of the Centipede and the script to the story.
Teaching Children About Insects
Behind The Scenes
Here's some footage of Cormac recording the voice of the centipede during the tea party at the end of the story.
At under 4 minutes long, Weird & Wonderful is great for toddlers, as Kathryn Svendsen from Shelf Full of Books suggested. I was pleased when she mentioned in her review, how much she liked the uncommon, non-traditional orchestral instruments in this audiobook. She awarded it with a fabulous 5 Star Rating.
Dawn Heslin from Bound4Escape recommends this story for parents and classroom use and likes the way it gives children a new perspective on bugs… even though they’re weird, they’re still wonderful! Priscilla Tan also awarded this story with a 5 Star Rating. Her website closed down but you can still read the review and see the rating here Priscilla and her Books.