This comic-style early reader, Chick and Brain: Egg or Eyeball?, is a great way to introduce young readers to chapter books.
In Katherine Battersby’s Cranky Chicken, readers will enjoy seeing how these two very different personalities learn to love one another.
Carole Lexa Schaefer’s Chicken Talk Around the World takes us on a tour of cultures across our vast planet, peeking into farm life in different countries.
Here we get to know all about Maureen Wright’s writing and reading life, as well as her new picture book Super Rooster Saves the Day—a hilarious farmyard romp!
Here’s a list of adorable board books to snuggle up with, featuring fuzzy bunnies and curious chicks that will get you ready for Spring surprises.
Simone Lia is a graphic novelist and a comics artist, and her work has been exhibited across Europe, including at the Tate Britain. She lives and works in London.
Hattie Peck proves that there is more than enough love to go around, and any way to make a family is a great one.
Grow up with the Chickies in this adorable board book series!
Cheep cheep cheep! What does it take to get the Chickies to sleep?
Looking for some springtime sweetness or lovable bunny books to add to your amazing Easter baskets? We promise you’ll be happy with these titles.
By Bianca Schulze, The Children’s Book Review Published: September 14, 2009 “Far away there in the sunshine are my highest…