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Smug Slug

Jessie G. Talbot

Publisher: Jessie G. Talbot

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Summary

A tiny but mighty tale of a sea slug who proves he has what it takes to defeat a venomous Sea Serpent, a Great White shark, and even a Giant Squid!  
Hilarious inspiration for kids, new grads, and anyone who needs a boost in confidence.

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