Eggs | Paperbackby Jerry Spinelli (Author)
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|Publisher: ||Little, Brown Books for Young Readers|
|Edition: ||Reprintth Edition|
|Page Count: ||240 Pages|
|Publication Date: ||April 01, 2008|
|Sales Rank: ||34,749th|
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