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Title:
Five fuzzy chicks
ISBN:
9781250301222
Edition:
1st ed.
Physical Description:
1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 27 cm.
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Summary:
Five baby chickens want to have some fun and visit with the other farm animals before bedtime.
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"Murray and Hanson have created what feels like an old classic that's simultaneously fresh and sweet ... A bedtime countdown rhyme for every little farmer." -- Kirkus Reviews

Five adorable baby chickens are determined to have some fun before bed in Five Fuzzy Chicks by Diana Murray, a rhyming farm picture book with counting elements featuring illustrations by Sydney Hanson.

It's time for bed, but these five chicks are full of energy!

They race out of the coop to visit all of the other animals. But the dog is so snuggly and the hay is so comfy, and these five fuzzy chicks can't help but fall asleep one by one.

Before long, the sleeping chicks are scattered all over the farm! What will Mama Hen do?

As playful as it is soothing, Five Fuzzy Chicks is the perfect story for tucking your own little chicks into bed.

An Imprint Book


Author Notes

Diana Murray grew up in New York City and still lives nearby with her husband and two daughters. Some of Diana's picture books include Doris the Bookasaurus , Grimelda: The Very Messy Witch, Ned the Knitting Pirate , and City Shapes . Her poems have appeared in magazines including Highlights , High Five , and Spider .

Sydney Hanson is a children's book illustrator living in Sierra Madre, California. She works in a combination of traditional and digital media to create her illustrations--her favorites are watercolor and colored pencil. Her picture books include Escargot and Warts and All . She loves the outdoors and is a certified naturalist who spends most of her spare time poking around the woods with her Labrador retriever, Cash. Follow her on Instagram to see all of her latest animals and illustrations!


Reviews 2

School Library Journal Review

Baby-Toddler--All the work on the farm is done for the day, night is on the way, and the farmers and animals are all ready to settle down--except for five little fuzzy chicks who just want to run and play. But very soon, one by one, each chick falls asleep amongst the animals, and ultimately Mama Hen rounds them all up and puts them to bed properly with a soft "Goodnight" cluck. The rhyming text has a wonderful poetic cadence, and the soothing, full-bleed pencil illustrations featuring friendly farm animals envelop readers in a visual hug. VERDICT This is a delightful storytime or bedtime read-aloud. Highly recommended.--Jessica Marie, Salem Public Library, OR


Kirkus Review

These fluffy chicks are ready for actionor are they?The day is about done on this busy farm. The sun has nearly set, and everyone is tired from a good day's workexcept for five smiling, different-hued chicks who want to go for a run. "Five fuzzy chicks / run past the plow, / into the grass, / and under the cow. / The cow says, Moo! Moo!' / The chicks say, Cheep! Cheep!' / But the grass is so cozy // one chick falls asleep." Four chicks run on and meet the pigs. After a dance, three are ready to proceedbut one falls asleep on a mossy rock with the pigs. The three play with Rover, a smiling terrierbut one finds the pooch too cozy to leave, and a snuggle occurs. Another finds the horse's hay too comfy to pass by, and the last falls asleep in the sheep's fleece. A determined "Mama Hen hurries / to gather her troop. / She scoops them all up / and runs back to the coop." And finally those five fuzzy chicks settle down in their cozy nest. Murray and Hanson have created what feels like an old classic that's simultaneously fresh and sweet. The watercolor-and-pencil illustrations, all full-bleed, are soft and just realistic enough to ensure recognizability. These fuzzy-edged farm animals sport big eyes and anthropomorphic smiles; the farming family, seen in only one scene, is white.A bedtime countdown rhyme for every little farmer. (Picture book. 2-5) Copyright Kirkus Reviews, used with permission.