3 edition of The Eyes of a Leaf found in the catalog.
The Eyes of a Leaf
March 1992 by Northwest Publishing .
Written in English
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It is a well told tale with absolutely stunning illustrations by Ed Young. It is a great story to share with children/5(10). This book made me love this type of genre and started my intrest in writing. Also made men with blue eyes and black hair(if I recall well) very mysterious and scary for me.
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Eyes of the Dragon book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When the artist adds eyes to his creation the painting comes to life.
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