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Purchased it for my 6 year old grandson who just loved it !
One morning, as Nate Twitchell goes to the hen house to collect eggs, he finds one of his chickens sitting on an enormous egg...it's even bigger than the hen.
A favorite book of childhood - enjoyed by all of my kids - I still like to read it now and then.
Do I need to say more? I mean, Jeff Goldblum likes this book. That's enough for me. The man knows good books.Published 4 months ago by James McDonald
I had read this when I was a child and today I found out that Jeff Goldblum did too. Great minds think alike and this is an amazing children's book.Published 4 months ago by John
This book opens the possibilities for the young reader on issues dealing with evolution, politics and being a responsible citizen.Published 7 months ago by WDG
The story is wonderful but the illustrator is NOT Louis Darling who illustrated the original book. Why couldn't they have used the original drawings?Published 7 months ago by caroline thorington
Thank you for your quick delivery. The only disappointment is that, I don't know why, the book I received has a differnt cover (I mean the picture) from the one I saw on youw... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mikio Takahashi
This is a Great story, very well written, and every boy should have it. I expected the cover that is shown on the advert. Read morePublished 9 months ago by hikerman
Twelve-year-old Nathan (Nate) Twitchell lives on a small farm near Freedom, NH, with his father Walter who runs the local newspaper, the Freedom Sentinel, mother, and ten-year-old... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Wayne S. Walker
... and that was 30 years ago!
My mother read me this book when I was around 6 years old, and I have loved it ever since; after that, on my own, I re-read it countless... Read more
Fun and funny fantasy about a chicken laying a dinosaur egg on a small farm in Freedom, New Hampshire. Read morePublished 14 months ago by I. Sondel