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Have you ever wondered how the term bookworm came about? And that the term is believed to be used since the 1500s!!

As the dictionary goes, a person who spends much time reading or studying or enjoys reading a lot is called a bookworm. While Mr. Bookworm is a major book feeding insect, also known as booklouse or paperlouse.

Our holiday workshops are never complete without book reading or writing sessions. Making bookmarks is a part of the funopolis!! 

We made these lovely Mr & Mrs.Bookworm bookmarks and we like to share a bookworm template with all those who like ours! Click here to download.

One can add details of their own and colour them colourful. We enjoyed making them and hope the same with all of you!

Enjoy creating your very own bookworm bookmark :)


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