Don’t take it from us. Kids are big on Chicken Big!
From Charlotte, age 7*:
I like this book because I like the pictures in the book. The story is about a chicken who is very smart. But the other chickens in the coop think that he is too big. They think they are smart but really they are not. I think other kids should read it because: it is funny. By Charlotte.
She’s right—it’s really funny. Check out the chickens on the back cover of the book.
Post your favorite “Why did the chicken cross the road?” joke by Thursday, January 27th and we’ll pick one winner at random to win a FREE autographed copy of Chicken Big by Keith Graves!
* No children were bribed for this blog post.
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