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A beginning, a muddle, and an end : the right way to write writing / Avi ; with illustrations by Tricia Tusa.

Author Avi, 1937-

ImprintOrlando, Fla. : Harcourt, c2008.

Abstract:Avon the snail decides to become a writer with the help of his friend Edward the ant, which leads them into a series of adventures involving close encounters with an anteater, a crow, a tree frog, and a hungry fish.

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