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  • Title: Chicken Little
  • Author: Laura Rader
  • ISBN: 9780694010349
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Board Book
  • For children who love silly stories, the classic tale of Chicken Little will delight and entertain.The sky is falling Chicken Little s comic misadventures are a favorite with toddlers, who always know better than the silly chick This fresh retelling of the classic tale features bright, humorous illustrations The sky is falling Chicken Little s comic misadventures are aFor children who love silly stories, the classic tale of Chicken Little will delight and entertain.The sky is falling Chicken Little s comic misadventures are a favorite with toddlers, who always know better than the silly chick This fresh retelling of the classic tale features bright, humorous illustrations The sky is falling Chicken Little s comic misadventures are a favorite with toddlers, who always know better than the silly chick This fresh retelling of the classic tale features bright, humorous illustrations.
    Chicken Little For children who love silly stories the classic tale of Chicken Little will delight and entertain The sky is falling Chicken Little s comic misadventures are a favorite with toddlers who always know

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    1. This is a different version of the classic tale of Chicken Little An acorn falls out of the tree and hits her on the tail leading her to believe that the sky is falling She tells some of the same classic character, Henny Penny, but there is a large list of new characters that I don t remember from when I was younger Each new character joins the parade to tell the King the news of the sky falling It ends with the king pulling out the acorn from Chicken Little s tail, and everyone laughs and goes [...]

    2. Categories Genres for this class fulfilled by this book Traditional, Picturebook Copyright Date 1998 Estimate of age level of interest PreK 3rd Grade Estimate of reading level 2nd 3rd Grade Brief description One day, as Chicken Little was scratching in the forest, something fell on her tail The sky is falling Or is it Identify at least 2 characteristics of this genre and subgenre and discuss how they appear in your book Traditional literature comes from the oral tradition of storytelling and are [...]

    3. Chicken little is a chick who was hit by an acorn falling from a tree She ran to tell the King that she thought the sky was falling but along her way, she met many characters She talked them all into believing her and they all went as a group to tell the king Henny Penny, Cocky Locky, Ducky Lucky and Goosey Loosey all join Chicken little and when they reach the king, he finds an acorn in the fluff of her tail and they all realize there had been a big misunderstanding The animals all laughed with [...]

    4. This book has a lot of repetition that would be good for first time readers For children that cannot read, this book s repetition is great for memorization.

    5. Title Chicken Little Author and Illustrator Laura RaderGenre FableTheme s Overreaction, Perception, Our problems are so much smaller compared to the whole world around us, RepetitionOpening line sentence One day when Chicken Little was scratching in the leaves, an acorn fell out of a tree and hit her on the tail.Brief Book Summary Chicken little was hit by a falling acorn and believed the sky was falling He was stopped along the way by other birds asking where he was going and he told them he wa [...]

    6. One day, an acorn fell on Chicken Little s tail She thought that the sky was falling and decided she needed to tell the king She runs into different animals on the way and tells all of them how the sky is falling Eventually there are five of them running to tell the king about the sky falling They get to the king s palace and tell the king He then pulls out the acorn from Chicken Little s tail They all laughed and all the animals went back home This is a simple version of Chicken Little and fun [...]

    7. Title Chicken LittleAuthor Laura Rader Illustrator Laura Rader Genre Fable Theme s Adventure, Humor Opening line sentence One day when Chicken Little was scratching in the leaves, an acorn fell out of a tree and hit her on the tail Brief Book Summary This version of Chicken Little is different from the original where an acorn actually falls on Chicken Littles tail Chicken little is convinced that because of the acorn the sky is falling Throughout the story Chicken Little tells everyone about the [...]

    8. This is the story of a little chicken called Chicken Little When an acorn falls onto her tail she is convinced that the sky was falling The little chicken feels it is her duty to run and tell the king that the sky is falling immediately She proceeds to make her way to the king, but is stopped along the way by a few of her friends She proceeds to tell them what has happened and ends up with an entourage of friends to go with her and tell the king of the bad news When the group finally meets at th [...]

    9. This story also makes me laugh how they were all convinced that the sky was falling but it was just an apple Great repetition for young children to join in and also great story line for children to follow.Learning experience I would have the children place the sequence of animals in the story from beginning to end.

    10. This story starts off by chicken little scratching in the leaves, suddenly an acorn fell out and hit her on the tail On the way to tell the king, chicken litte brings along the other animals and tell them the sky is falling The king showed chicken little and her friends that an acorn had fell in her feathers This book was full of laughter and the students would enjoy it.

    11. Natalie read this to me while I made dinner tonight I was impressed with how many words she has picked up on sight The repetitive text helped her be able to read a book this long Had never realized before today that potentially all the birds are female and they go to the king to solve their problem.

    12. This book reminded me of the moive Chicken Little I thought the drawings were great and the way the story was told was supper funny with the pictures My favorite part of the movie was when they were with the king at the end of the book and the king tells them what really hit there head.

    13. When you you teach little children, you are reminded of your childhood I read this to the kids today while waiting for thier swim class to begin, and they loved it apparently they never heard of Chicken Little, but then again they re only 4 so much to discover

    14. This is a variation on a popular story It can be used in sequencing lessons and can be used to teach the kids that we shouldn t always believe everything we hear The ending left a bit to be desired.

    15. Chicken Little is a classic story that has been retold in many different versions, but i really enjoy the original version of this story This story reminds me of my grandmother, she used to read this story to me all the time This is a great story for young children.

    16. ReviewThis book is very cute It will keep the attention of children with all the characters Children can join in with the saying the sky is falling Learning ExperienceYou can make puppets of the characters of the book and retell the story with the children s help.

    17. I thought that this was a cute book and I enjoyed how at the end everyone just laughed and was still nice to little Chicken Little But I liked the pictures as well, they were cute and this would be a perfect book for little children.

    18. This is a great traditional literature book for children This book is especially good for children who love silly stories.

    19. This is a classic tale It kept the attention of my kindergarten class with Henny Penny and all the characters and the famous saying The sky is falling.

    20. The typical story of chicken little, but nonetheless, a fun book to read with students Ideal for kindergarten through first grade.

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