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The Feast for the King by Marlies Verhelst
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The Feast for the King

by Marlies Verhelst

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Tarantula wants to know who is the meat thief. Entertaining story, nicely illustrated. ( )
  Sullywriter | May 22, 2015 |
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Tarantula has created a delightful and delicious celebration cake for the birthday of King Lion. On top is a showpiece--an extra tender piece of meat. The moment Tarantula turns his back to the cake, however, that tasty top disappears... Tarantula is furious! Who is the culprit? He roams the jungle to inspect all the animals' mouths, and woe to the bones of the animal where he finds traces of meat between its teeth. How will the search end?!

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