Chicken, Pig, Cow and the Class Pet by Ruth Ohi

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What happens when Girl carries Chicken, Pig and Cow off to school . . . without Dog?!

Chicken, Pig and Cow have had many happy adventures with Dog at Girl's house. But when Girl carts them off to school one day, leaving Dog behind, they aren't sure what to think. Where is school, exactly? And what's with all the noise there? Who are all these people who look like Girl but aren't Girl? And why is their new hamster neighbor, Furface, trying to eat their barn?

The adorable toy characters Chicken, Pig and Cow once again rely on friendship and teamwork as they embark on their latest adventure in all-new surroundings. As always, young readers will be charmed by Ruth Ohi's witty, warm illustrations in this story about the excitement of discovering new places, learning new lessons and making new friends.

 

About Ruth Ohi

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Ruth Ohi is not only a talented writer and illustrator, she is also a tireless presenter at schools and libraries, where she shares her trade secrets with children. Ruth lives with her family in Toronto, Ontario.
 
Published May 19, 2011 by Annick Press. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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In their second adventure (Chicken, Pig, Cow, 2008), the toy trio is in need of some elbow room.

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The trio of best friends is back (Chicken, Pig, Cow on the Move, 2011), but this time the problem they solve is of their own making.

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The friends' introduction to the imposing class pet, dubbed Furface by the anxious critters, leads to some wacky interactions (no surprise, as students' signage reveals the hamster's given name as Mr. Crankypants).

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