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Slugs in Love

Average rating
5 out of 5
Based on 9 Ratings and 9 Reviews

Book Description
Slugs in Love was written by Susan Pearson. Slugs in Love was published by Marshall Cavendish Benchmark. Subjects of Slugs in Love include Animal stories, and Children's Books.
Book Information
PublisherMarshall Cavendish Benchmark
BindingPaperback (7 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages32
ISBN-100462006492
ISBN-13978-0462006499
Publication Date09/07/2006
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About Susan Pearson (Author) : Susan Pearson is a published author, compiler, and an editor of children's books. Some of the published credits of Susan Pearson include Grimericks, Slugs in Love, Slugs in Love, and Hooray for Feet!.
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About Kevin O'Malley (Illustrator) : Kevin O'Malley is a published author, editor, and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Kevin O'Malley include Row, Row, Row Your Boat, Hippo Goes Bananas (Board Buddies... more
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4/9/2010 Janet Squires said: No star-crossed lovers in a Shakespeare tragedy here, despite that fact that it seems never the twain shall meet. Marylou and Herbie leave poetic love notes to each other in slime all over the garden, but continue to miss each other until one fateful day in the tomato patch.
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