When the Little Red Hen finds some grain in the farmyard, she sets out to turn that grain into bread. First, she plants the grain. Then, she harvests the wheat. Then she bakes the bread. It's hard work, and throughout her project, she can't get any of the other animals to help out--until it's time to eat the bread, that is. And by then it's too late!
This classic story of the Little Red Hen is retold using humorous illustrations that depict an enterprising, but long-suffering hen. Both children and parents will enjoy the familiar story and charming illustrations.
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Published July 15, 2003
by Brimax Books.
Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction.