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Elias Zapple's Book of Slugs - American-English Edition - cover

Elias Zapple's Book of Slugs - American-English Edition

Elias Zapple

Publisher: Elias Zapple

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American-English Edition 

Meet my heroic slugs: Steve the Slug, General Fairfax the Slug, Gino the Slug, Akira the Ninja Slug, Selina the Slug and many, many more. They’re my best friends, my loyal servants, my fearless soldiers and my only source of protein. Slugs are useful, skilful, colorful and edible and will cover you in sticky slime if you offend my moustache, Mr Snazzy!
 

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