Chopsy Baby is reviewing… Six Little Chicks by Jez Alborough
Chopsy Baby Says: “A bright fun book perfect for giving this Easter.”
What is it?
This rhyming story book tells of five little chicks whose learning though play teaches them how to get rid of a prowling fox. Mother hen is busy sitting on her latest egg when other birds warn her that her chicks are in danger. Will they all live happily ever after?
This lovely book is full of bright pictures by fantastic illustrator Jez Alborough – remember flying dog Sid in the brilliant Some Dogs Do?
Through rhyming verse, mother hen warns the chicks to play close to the hen house door, especially when word is received that the big bad fox is on the prowl. But all that learning through play is not wasted when the chicks get to peck, kick, flap and hop the fox on his way.
Best of all…
Lovely illustrations and a great story for children three years upwards
A great chocolate free Easter treat
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