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The Mouse and the Egg


Book Description
The old man's speckled hen dutifully provides him and his bored wife with a fresh egg each day, until the man decides he's bored with this. The hen does her best to provide him with something different, but what use is a golden egg when you're hungry?
Book Information
PublisherPicture Lions
BindingPaperback (7 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages32
ISBN-100006618847
ISBN-13978-0006618843
Publication Date/1982
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About William Mayne (Author) : William Mayne is a published author and a compiler of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of William Mayne include Jubilee's Pups, Supernatural Stories (Red Hot Reads... more
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