Egg Drop

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Jonathan Cape, 2002 - Children's stories - 28 pages
A quirky story, beautifully illustrated, about the egg that wanted to fly.
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.

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EGG DROP

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"The Egg was young. / It didn't listen. / If only it had waited." This modern-day version of Humpty Dumpty (wall, fall, irreparable damage), first published in England in 2002, may prove as ... Read full review

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User Review  - aratiel - LibraryThing

A somewhat morbid tale with a useful yet unusual message...don't attempt something unless you've done your research and are good and ready. Read full review

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