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Crusty

Crusty | Online Kid's Book
Crusty
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112
Pages: 
32
Average: 5 (2 votes)
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Sponge Bob, move over! Author Don Stansberry pens his third book about Crusty, a smart thinking crab who chooses to be different. Not only is his color different - so are his friends! Also illustrated by Stansberry, this is his first children's picture book. 

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conall's picture
Crusty is a good character. Eep was his new son, but turned out to be his new egg and left a new egg that might lead to a new book, but this time it might be called, Crusty and Eep 2!

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Pages: 32
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 9780929915883
Categories: Animals & Creatures, Boys, Family & Friends
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: crab, friends, friendship, under the sea, ocean
Date Added: October 12, 2013
USA Book News Best Book Awards
Crusty Crusty Crusty Crusty Crusty Written Illustrated by Don Stansberry Crusty copyright Don Stansberry All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any other form or for any means electronic or mechanical including photocopy recording or any information storage system without written permission from Headline Books Inc To order additional copies of this book or for book publishing information or to contact the author Headline Kids P O Box Terra Alta WV  wwwheadlinekidscom TelFax Email mybookheadlinebookscom wwwheadlinebookscom wwwheadlinekidscom ISBN  ISBN13  Library of Congress Control Number  P R I N T E D I N T H E U N I T E D S T A T E S O F A M E R I C A To my family Patty Shay and Sydney for their patience and encouragement To my parents who didnt get the chance to see any of these wild ideas actually get to paper Far across the galaxy in a distant solar system on an obscure planet called Odoe lived a strange little creature named Crusty He was so shy and quiet no one paid any attention to him not even the other creatures of his own kind No one did that is until he started using his brainhe was able to think Many creatures like Crusty lived underwater Some lived in the shallow water near the land where the light made everything bright and cheery Others lived in the deep dark They were big and scary and would eat you right up given the chance Crustys family stayed together spending the days looking for puffy worms which were the only thing they ate They never shared with each other Often they fought over the food Sometimes when there werent many puffy worms around they stole from each other Mama why do we only eat puffy worms Crusty asked one day Who are you his Mama asked her brain was so small she could not remember anything longer than five seconds Look out of the way I see a big fat puffy worm and she pushed Crusty out of the way Even though Crusty was very hungry he let his mother get the puffy worm For the fi