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bookworm

A popular term for an inveterate, voracious, indiscriminate or “addicted” book reader.
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All too familiar with the challenges facing enthusiastic bookworms and active bookstagramers in Egypt, Shaheen recently launched The Reading Bee's Shop, a bookish merchandise online shop for Egypt's bookworms, after experimenting with design.
Khadim Huisain, of Boro Bookworm, who is himself a published author, said: "This is the first of many more to come.
Dubbed Mama Bookworm, the 30-year-old dedicates her time to visiting schools and community events to get more people involved in pro-literacy programmes through outreach projects locally and across the Arab region.
Classes are being organised by the owner of the independent Boro Bookworm shop in Middlesbrough.
99 and a special offer for bookworms - five books for pounds 1.
BOOKWORMS at a Nuneaton school have scooped a prestigious county award for their literary knowledge, taking a trophy home for the second year running.
A GROUP of Scots women are to pick up a literary prize - because the bookworms who won are behind bars.
We know the computer-generated invertebrates here are supposed to be bookworms and that is another name for someone who likes reading (yes, we geddit) but they should not be standing up or wearing clothes.
BOOKWORMS and thrill seekers will join forces for the summer Reading Rollercoaster in Southport.
And bookworms eager to educate the masses will have their work cut out now The Big Read has ended with Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy ruling them all.
Mondolibri's target group are bookworms, music fans and cinema lovers: Everyone finds what they are looking for -- be it books, CDs or videos -- in one of the five book clubs with a specialized offer ranging from top bestsellers, children's books and prestigious publications to a large selection of CDs, VHS and DVD media.
Now a Tyneside venue is encouraging new mums and their babies to become bookworms, by holding a regular series of storytelling sessions for youngsters and their parents.