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