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by Jackie Mims Hopkins,Henry Cole

eBook Prairie Chicken Little download ISBN: 1561456942
Author: Jackie Mims Hopkins,Henry Cole
Publisher: Peachtree Publishers (March 1, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1785 kb
Fb2: 1938 kb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: docx mobi mbr lit
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Animals

opkins' prairie take on 'Chicken Little' is made storytime perfect by Cole's characteristically hysterical, ed-pencil cartoons of goggle-eyed critters.

opkins' prairie take on 'Chicken Little' is made storytime perfect by Cole's characteristically hysterical, ed-pencil cartoons of goggle-eyed critters. Just like the classic story Chicken Little, Mary runs into a variety of animals who run off with her before meeting up a sly coyote who leads them on a winding path back to his den.

Prairie Chicken Little book. Henry Cole's bright and funny illustrations fill up the pages. This is a wonderful addition by Jackie Mims Hopkins to the many versions of the Chicken Little story that have been published over the years. I hope we can get it with a library binding.

Hopkins’ prairie take on Chicken Little is made storytime perfect by Cole’s characteristically hysterical, watercolor-and–colored-pencil cartoons of goggle-eyed critters. It’s also a nice twist that Mary and her friends save themselves from the coyote rather than ending up as lunch or requiring outside assistance.

Hopkins' prairie take on 'Chicken Little' is made storytime perfect by Cole's .

Hopkins' prairie take on 'Chicken Little' is made storytime perfect by Cole's characteristically hysterical, ed-pencil cartoons of goggle-eyed critters. Jackie Mims Hopkins is a storyteller, a school librarian and a former teacher. She is the author of several children's books, including The Three Armadillies Tuff and The Gold Miner's Daughter. Henry Cole is the illustrator of more than ninety books for children, including bestsellers such as The Leprechaun's Gold, Little Bo, and Tango Makes Three, and Oink!, in addition to many of his own books, such as A Nest For Celeste and Jack's Garden.

Jackie Mims Hopkins brings readers a hilarious, prairie-style rendition of a well-loved tale. Prairie Chicken Little - Jackie Mims Hopkins. Henry Cole’s energetic illustrations perfectly complement the hilarity and will have readers laughing out loud. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Peachtree PublishersReleased: Mar 15, 2018ISBN: 9781682630907Format: book. carousel previous carousel next.

When Mary McBlicken the prairie chicken hears a rumblin' and a grumblin', she sets off to warn her friends in this prairie-style twist on Chicken Little. Mary McBlicken is sure a stampede's a comin'!

When Mary McBlicken the prairie chicken hears a rumblin' and a grumblin', she sets off to warn her friends in this prairie-style twist on Chicken Little. Mary McBlicken is sure a stampede's a comin'! She hurries to the ranch, gathering up her friends-a prairie dog, a jack rabbit, and a meadowlark-along the way. Before the fine feathered and furry folks get to their destination, they encounter a coyote who says he knows a shortcut. Should they trust him?

3 Total Resources 6 Books. Prairie Chicken Little. by Jackie Mims Hopkins and Henry Cole.

3 Total Resources 6 Books. Books by Jackie Mims Hopkins 6. Sort by. Number of Resources Number of Awards Book Title Year Published Word Count Reading Level: ATOS® Reading Level: Lexile®. The Gold Miner's Daughter: A Melodramatic Fairy Tale. by Jackie Mims Hopkins and Jon Goodell.

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Henry Cole (born 1955) is an American author and illustrator of children's books. Prairie Chicken Little by Jackie Mims Hopkins (2013). Katy Duck and the Secret Valentine by Alyssa Satin Capucilli (2014). He has illustrated several books for many authors including Julie Andrews Edwards, Lester Laminack, Erica Perl, Margie Palatini, Alyssa Capucilli, Harvey Fierstein, and Pamela Duncan Edwards. Katy Duck Goes to Work by Alyssa Satin Capucilli (2014).

When Mary McBlicken the prairie chicken hears a rumblin’ and a grumblin’, she sets off to warn her friends in this prairie-style twist on Chicken Little.Mary McBlicken is sure a stampede’s a comin’! She hurries to the ranch, gathering up her friends―a prairie dog, a jack rabbit, and a meadowlark―along the way. Before the fine feathered and furry folks get to their destination, they encounter a coyote who says he knows a shortcut. Should they trust him? Will they find Cowboy Stan and Red Dog Dan in time? And where is that rumbling coming from anyway?Jackie Mims Hopkins brings readers a hilarious, prairie-style rendition of a well-loved tale. Henry Cole’s energetic illustrations perfectly complement the hilarity and will have readers laughing out loud.
Comments: (7)
Conjuril
bought for the classroom kids seem to enjoy it
Netlandinhabitant
Fun and very adventurous story. My kids loved it!
Gri
Arrived promptly and looks great. Looking forward to using this in my classroom! Went with hardcover, as a colleague's paperback had issues with pages coming out.
Peras
It was great, puts a new twist on the Henny Penny stories....it keeps the some of the same characters and adds a little to the story of the past.
Modifyn
Thank you.
Wizer
There’s a stampede a comin’ and Mary the prairie chicken is off to tell Cowboy Stan and Red Dog Dan about it, so lickety-splickety she set off. She heard a rumbling and a grumbling and a tumbling on the grassland when she searching for breakfast and she knew she had to do something. Just like the classic story Chicken Little, Mary runs into a variety of animals who run off with her before meeting up a sly coyote who leads them on a winding path back to his den. His den is littered with a pizza box and soda but these animals are clever and the coyote meets his match. What’s the rumbling and a grumbling and the tumbling that Mary heard, well you’ll have to talk to Cowboy Stan as he’s the one with the answer that explains everything to the animals. The expressions on the animals faces and the text make this book fun to read.
Wizard
Children who love rhythm and rhymes will latch onto the delightful, often hyphenated, rhyming words in this story after one or two read-throughs. Add to that fun the colorful in-your-face cartoonish animals with giant-sized expressive eyes and a sure-to-please surprise ending to a fast moving tale, and the result will be cries demanding that you read it again.

_Hope Irvin Marston, author of MY LITTLE BOOK OF BALD EAGLES.
Illustrations can really make or break a picture book. Fortunately, the illustrations in this book are fantastic. The animals all have a lot of personality and expression. I love the way the pictures are shown from the perspective of the chicken. So any animals that are bigger or smaller than she is are portrayed respectively.

The story itself is funny and entertaining to read. It is a good book to read out loud to your children, especially if you do fun voices for each of the characters.