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A chook called Harry

by Phillip Gwynne

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"Chris's dad buys ten chooks so the family will have eggs to eat and to sell. Chris loves all the chooks, but his favourite is a chook with half a beak, Happy Harry. Dad says that any chook that doesn't lay will get the chop, so when Happy Harry stops laying, Chris has to devise a plan to save her from becoming the family's roast dinner. His plan is to buy eggs from the shop to make up for the fact that Happy Harry is off the lay. So long as there are ten eggs in the chook shed every day, Happy Harry is safe."--provided by publisher.… (more)

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