Inch by Inch

By Leo Lionni

An inchworm saves himself from being eaten because he is able to measure things— a robin's tail, a flamingo's neck, a hummingbird's body. But when asked to measure the nightingale's song, the inchworm must think fast. The bright green inchworm inches its way out of sight through a collage of grass.

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