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Slugs for Breakfast by Nicola Moon
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Slugs for Breakfast

by Nicola Moon

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0340877715, Paperback)

The worst thing about being a frog is eating slugs for breakfast! The best thing about being a snake is no one tells you to wash your hands before dinner! Within this amusing menagerie of the best and worst things, vibrant illustrations convey the important message that it’s okay to be you! Nicola Moon is the author of more than a dozen books for children, including such popular titles as Lucy’s Picture and Tick-Tock, Drip-Drop. Ailie Busby is the illustrator of Who’s the Boss Rhinoceros? and Drat That Fat Cat!

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Various animals say what is good and bad about being themselves.

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