Marigold & Daisy by Andrea Zuill
Although Marigold is excited to meet her new snail sister, Daisy, she becomes envious of the attention everyone gives her, but when Marigold reaches her breaking point and decides to run away, she discovers that Daisy may come in handy after all.
Escargot by Dashka Slater
Escargot is a beautiful French snail who only wants to be your favorite animal and get to the delicious salad at the end of the book, even if he has to try a carrot, which he hates.
Waiting for Goliath written and illustrated by Antje Damm
Bear has been sitting and waiting since dawn. “I’m waiting for Goliath,” he tells everyone. “Goliath is coming! He’s my best friend.” At last the bus pulls up. But no one gets out. Yet bear is sure: “He’ll definitely show up. You’ll see!
Norman, the Slug with the Silly Shell written and illustrated by Sue Hendra
Norman is a slug who wants to be a snail, but only if he finds the perfect shell. After trying out some possibilities, he stumbles upon a doughnut.
Snail has Lunch by Mary Peterson
When Snail’s bucket home is turned over, a ladybug takes him on a journey through the vegetable garden, discovering delicious new foods while encountering new animals.
The story of Fish & Snail by Deborah Freedman
Every day, Snail waits for Fish to return and tell him a story but their friendship is tested when Fish asks Snail to take a leap out of their book to actually see a new pirate book in the library.
Snippet the Early Riser by Bethanie Deeney Murguia
A little snail who likes to get up early in the morning has trouble waking up his sleepy family.
The Snail and the Whale by Julia Donaldson
Wanting to sail beyond its rock, a tiny snail hitches a ride on a big humpback whale and then is able to help the whale when it gets stuck in the sand.
Clementine by Sebastian Loth
Story of a snail who loved round things and had great determination as well as dreams.
Rainy Day Slug by Mary Palenick Colburn
One rainy day, a slug goes for a walk in the wide, wide world, going scrass, scrass, scrass through the tall, green grass, scuddle, scuddle, scuddle in a deep rain puddle, and scrape, scrape, scrape down a long, pink drape.
Slugs in Love by Susan Pearson
Marylou and Herbie, two garden slugs, write love poems in slime to one another but have trouble actually meeting.
Super Slug of Doom : a Super Happy Magic Forest story written and illustrated by Matty Long
When Blossom the Unicorn accidentally releases Zorgoth the slug from captivity, the reluctant heroes of the Super Happy Magic Forest must find a way stop him from drinking the potion of power which will give him the ability to destroy the forest.
Snail-Snaily-Snails by Bonnie Bader
Introduces the world of snails, sharing key characteristics while explaining how they are regarded as both a pest and a delicacy.
Snails are Just My Speed! By Kevin McCloskey
Did you know snails build roads like engineers and go undercover in camouflage like spies? Did you know they can be smaller than a seed or bigger than a grown-ups hand?
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