Cock-A-Moo-Moo by Juliet Dallas-Conte

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Poor cockerel has forgotten how to crow and all the animals are teasing him. But when the fox comes sniffing around, cockerel becomes a hero.
 

About Juliet Dallas-Conte

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Vivian French lives in Edinburgh, Scotland, and has written dozens of books, including GROWING FROGS, also illustrated by Alison Bartlett. "I've always loved dinosaurs," she says, "and the fact that we know so little about them fascinates me. In my lifetime the experts have changed their minds many times over. Maybe T. rex will turn out to be a dragon!" Alison Bartlett lives in Bath, England, with her son, Joel. Together they search for dinosaur fossils but have yet to find one.
 
Published March 23, 2001 by Macmillan Children's Books. 25 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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Puffing up his chest and opening his beak, Rooster prepares to greet the dawn with a resounding crow, but he seems to have forgotten how to do it.

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Debut author Dallas-Conté times the plot developments just right: Rooster's eventual vow never to crow again lasts only until a fox gets ready to raid the henhouse, when Rooster's noisy response turns him into a barnyard hero.

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