The egg has always dreamed of being able to fly, but it doesn't really know much about making the dream a reality. The only method that seems guaranteed to work is to get to a very high place and then… jump. Of course, to you or I, that may not sound like a good thing for an egg to do, but then the egg is young and doesn't know very much. --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
THIS BOOK WAS VERY NICE, NO BENT PAGES, ETC. WILL ENJOY SELLING THIS TO THE CUSTOMER WHO REQUESTED THAT IT BE ORDERED.Published 12 months ago by Melissa
This is one of those rare children's books that doesn't make you want to hide it. I hate to bash a classic but Green Eggs and Ham drives me nuts (to name just one example). Read morePublished on September 12, 2012 by Q-fever
With Mini Grey, I always expect quirky. But just like with "Wolves" by Emily Gravett, this book has a stunning twist at the end, which makes it surprising and enjoyable. Read morePublished on February 17, 2012 by M. Heiss
They tried to warn him. But you have to admire the pluck of an egg who is willing to scale 583 steps of a very tall tower, then "opened it's eyes and saw friends in the air, felt... Read morePublished on February 2, 2011 by One Potato