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by Charlotte Firmin,Terry Deary


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The Lambton Worm is a legend from County Durham in North East England in the UK. The story takes place around the River Wear, and is one of the area's most famous pieces of folklore. The story takes place around the River Wear, and is one of the area's most famous pieces of folklore, having been adapted from written and oral tradition into pantomime and song formats. The story revolves around John Lambton, an heir of the Lambton Estate, County Durham, and his battle with a giant worm (dragon) that had been terrorising the local villages. As with most myths, details of the story change with each telling.

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Deary, Terry 1946–(Jack Marlowe) Source for information on Deary, Terry 1946–: Something About the Author dictionary. The Lambton Worm, illustrated by Charlotte Firmin, Carolrhoda (Minneapolis, MN), 1981

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The Lambton Worm is an actual English legend, and this is Martyn Stanley's vivid .

The Lambton Worm is an actual English legend, and this is Martyn Stanley's vivid interpretation. It begins with John Lambton as a boy. Instead of going to church with his father, the boy escapes to go fishing. An old man observes the boy and his catch, warning him that no good would come from missing church. The boy laughs and puts his catch in his bucket. Upon reaching home, he realizes that his father will be angry, and would be angrier still if he brought his prize home.

Young John Lambton, wickedly fishing on a Sunday, awakes an evil worm that grows larger and larger, feeding on nasty thoughts and its favorite apple pies.
The Lambton Worm (The Good Time Library) ebook
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Charlotte Firmin,Terry Deary
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