The Resource Chicken or Egg : who comes first?
- Chicken or Egg : who comes first?
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- who comes first?
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- by Brenda S. Miles, PhD, and Susan D. Sweet, PhD ; Illustrated by Melon + Mandarina
- Competition (Psychology) -- Fiction
- trueWinning and losing
- Chickens -- Juvenile fiction
- truePicture books for children
- Eggs -- Fiction
- trueCanadian fiction
- Chickens -- Fiction
- Eggs -- Juvenile fiction
- Competition (Psychology) -- Juvenile fiction
- Winning and losing -- Fiction
- Stories in rhyme
- trueStories in rhyme
- Chicken and Egg compete in sports, on tests, and in other ways until they discover that winning and losing are less fun than playing together
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