Chicken, Pig, Cow's First Fight by Ruth Ohi

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Even best friends can have a fight.

Chicken, Pig, and Cow have always gotten along well--until the day Girl builds a big city out of blocks. Thinking something is missing, Chicken makes a statue out of leaves. Now the city is perfect.

Pig loves zipping and zooming around the city. Chicken warns him to be careful, but Pig is having too much fun to listen. Then the inevitable happens: Pig zooms right into Chicken's statue, destroying it. Chicken is furious!

Pig's attempts to fix the statue only make matters worse. In the end, he demolishes the entire city. Realizing what a mess he's made, Pig hides while Chicken, Cow, and Dog rebuild the city. After a nap, Pig feels better and returns to apologize to his friends. They forgive him and invite him to join in.

As with all the books in this popular series, Chicken, Pig, Cow's First Fight offers young children a gentle message about teamwork and cooperation.

 

About Ruth Ohi

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Ruth Ohi has illustrated and written many books for children, including all six books in the Chicken, Pig, Cow series. She is currently a writer-in-residence for the Toronto District School Board.
 
Published January 19, 2012 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 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).

Oct 15 2011 | Read Full Review of Chicken, Pig, Cow's First Fight

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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.

May 01 2012 | Read Full Review of Chicken, Pig, Cow's First Fight

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