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by Daniel Manus Pinkwater

eBook The Hoboken chicken emergency download ISBN: 0133925145
Author: Daniel Manus Pinkwater
Publisher: Prentice-Hall (1977)
Language: English
Pages: 83
ePub: 1747 kb
Fb2: 1539 kb
Rating: 4.1
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The Hoboken chicken emergency. by. Pinkwater, Daniel Manus, 1941-.

The Hoboken chicken emergency. Chickens, Humorous stories, Chickens, Humorous stories. New York : Trumpet Club. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

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The Hoboken Chicken Emergency is a 1977 children's book by Daniel and Jill Pinkwater. The book may have been inspired by the Jersey Giant breed of chicken. So Arthur finds and brings home a 266-pound chicken named Henrietta

bizarre crisis in Hoboken, New Jersey.

bizarre crisis in Hoboken, New Jersey.

The Hoboken Chicken Emergency book. This is a hilariously funny little book. I love Daniel Pinkwater's sense of humor, and this tale of a giant chicken and a boy was just what I needed for a light and fun read

The Hoboken Chicken Emergency book. Henrietta is no Turkey. I love Daniel Pinkwater's sense of humor, and this tale of a giant chicken and a boy was just what I needed for a light and fun read.

When Arthur Bobowicz is sent out to bring home the family's Thanksgiving turkey, he returns instead with Henrietta - a 266-pound chicken with a mind of her own. Thus begins the hilarious chain of events that has kept readers in stitches since Henrietta first pecked her way onto the scene in 1977. The Hoboken Chicken Emergency is sure to delight chicken-lovers of all ages.

The Hoboken Chicken Emergency" (ISBN 0133925145, 1977) is a children's book by Daniel and Jill Pinkwater. The main character, Arthur, is asked to pick up a bird for Thanksgiving dinner, so he brings home a 266-pound chicken named Henrietta. The family welcome her with open arms, but the neighbors are not so sure and then Henrietta escapes. He attended Bard College.

Something's fowl in hoboken. When Arthur Bobowicz is sent out to bring home the family's Thanksgiving turkey, he returns instead with Henrietta - a 266 pound chicken with a mind of her own. Feathers fly when this colossal clucker descends upon Hoboken, New Jersey. Thus begins the hilarious hen-tastic tall tale that has kept readers in stitches since Henrietta first pecked her way onto the scene in 1977.

Arthur goes to pick up the turkey for Thanksgiving dinner but comes back with a 260-pound chicken.
Comments: (7)
Paxondano
We're big Daniel Pinkwater fans in the house. My husband read this one as a child, and we picked it up this summer so my son could read it (age 7). It's ridiculously silly, full of adventure, and was up to the usual Pinkwater standards.

I only gave it 4 stars because my favorite Daniel Pinkwater (written under the name D. Manus Pinkwater) was Lizard Music and in my opinion, nothing ever could top that!
Drelahuginn
Pinkwater is fun even for grownups. This is great stuff to read to the kids.
Xor
The story is funny and the illustrations are very amusing.
Hallolan
One of Pinkwater's best. This is a must read for every 10 year old with a sense of humor. Actually, it also entertains the adult who happens upon it. I also recommend "Slaves of Spiegel", "Fat Men in Space", and "Alan Mendelsohn, Boy from Mars".
porosh
Exceptionally silly and subversive, I loved reading this book to my kids and cracking up over the antics of Dirty Louise and the cast of characters hunting her down. Fantastic!
Xig
Hilarious book, read it as a kid and bought it for my nephew.
Runeterror
The kids loved the story. It kept them engaged to the end!
THis is actually one where I liked the movie better (Wonderworks did one maybe 20 years ago now, and it might just be nostalgia that makes me love that).
Pinkwater is genius, and this is a good book-- it's just not the GREAT book I was hoping for.