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ccording to The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, a 'book worm' is not a worm at all but is either the larva of any of various insects that infest books and feed on the paste in the bindings or a person who spends much time reading or studying.
A bookworm of whatever kind comes upon
a set of three
appetizing books sitting on a shelf. By coincidence,
each book has exactly
three hundred pages. The worm begins his or her
literary feast on page
1 of Volume 1 and stops at page 300 of