It Fell from the Sky

It Fell from the Sky

Author: Terry Fan

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781534457621

Page: 56

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All the insects agree that the object that fell from the sky is a Wonder, but when Spider decides it is his, he risks losing all of his friends.

All the insects agree that the object that fell from the sky is a Wonder, but when Spider decides it is his, he risks losing all of his friends.



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