Clucky and the Magic Kettle by Mar Pavon

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Clucky the Hen takes her baby chicks to the farmyard school every morning so they can learn, play, and make new friends. But the baby chicks soon learn how mean others can be when some of the other students tease, bully, and start rumors about a classmate and even about them and Clucky. When the chicks come home and tell Clucky about the mean things their classmates say, she tells them to ignore them and not to take any of their comments to heart. In the end, Clucky uses her magic kettle to collect bad feelings and turn them into good ones so that the farmyard school can become a positive and friendly place. Clucky’s third tale addresses bullying and peer pressure and emphasizes the importance of a good attitude and open communication.

About Mar Pavon

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Mar Pavón is an author of children's poetry whose books include the Clucky series, Could It Happen to Anyone?, and Zaira and the Dolphins. Her books have been translated into Portuguese, French, and English. Mónica Carretero is an author and an award-winning illustrator. Her books include Little Cloud Lamb, the Handbooks series, the Mini-animalist series, and Yago's Heartbeat.
Published March 1, 2013 by Cuento de Luz. 30 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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A doting mother hen's special stew provides a generous and much-needed serving of community support for her brood.

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PreS-Gr 2—This third tale of Clucky the Hen extends her character as a good mother who is often absentminded. At school, other animals make fun of her and her chicks' friend, and her youngsters go home concerned. When they talk about the incidents with Clucky, she tells them each time that the co...

May 01 2013 | Read Full Review of Clucky and the Magic Kettle

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