Two eggs, please. by Sarah Weeks

 Two eggs, please. by Sarah Weeks

There’s a fox, a rhinoceros – who we could actually call a “rhino,” there is a mouse with the alligator and the snake.  And there would also be two dog police officers and one pelican.  And I would call the baby gorilla a CUTE baby, because the baby is rather a chimp than a gorilla, because it acts like one all the time by crying.  There is also a ram that has curly horns.  And there’s a bear. 

They go to the restaurant and they get the fox to give them two eggs.  The snake gets them raw.  They’re different cooked (the snake’s is not cooked at all).  But they are the same because of the inside – brown and white eggs always have the inside yellow.

The real moral of the story:  all eggs are the same, even when they’re raw, when they’re cooked, and when they’re fried.

I like the book.  Because it is very very very very very very funny.