Three about Thurston

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Thurston is a rooster. Sometimes he is clever. Often he is cunning. You may find him sneaky. But he is always Thurston.

Thurston’s personality shines through in each of the three stories below.

• “Everything”: Thurston discovers a secret ingredient to make his soup extra delicious. • “Maybe, Maybe Not”: Thurston learns a lesson about the importance of chickens. • “In the Cards”: Thurston finds a foolproof way to never lose a game!

What will Thurston do next?

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Susan Milord lives in Norwich, Vermont, where she finds inspiration for her books all around her.

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