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The Talking Eggs

Average rating
5 out of 5
Based on 22 Ratings and 22 Reviews

Book Description
Two sisters lived down Louisiana way long ago: Rose, who was unpleasant, mean, and the older of the two; and her younger sister, Blanche, who was "sweet and kind and sharp as forty crickets." Guess who has to do all the work for Rose and their mother? Blanche's kind and obedient nature finally pays off when she helps an old woman who has magical powers--and a chicken house full of talking eg... More
Book Information
PublisherDial Books For Young Readers
BindingHardcover (8 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages32
Publication Date09/29/1989
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About Robert D. San Souci (Author) : Robert D. San Souci is a published author, illustrator, and a narrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Robert D. San Souci include The Faithful Friend (Stories to Go!), Child of ... more
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About Jerry Pinkney (Illustrator) : Jerry Pinkney is a published adapter, author, and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Jerry Pinkney include Goin' Someplace Special, Undersea Animals: A Dramatic Dimen... more
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11/16/2009 jacklyn curb said: The story is a folktale that tries to teach a lesson through two sisters, Rose and Blanche
tags: I recommend, , I read

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