The Loopy Coop Hens by JanetMorgan Stoeke
Letting Go

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Pip, Midge, and Dot, the lovable, goofy hens of Loopy Coop Farm, are back in their third adventure. This time they wrestle with the age old question: Why do apples fall? On their way to their own unique conclusion, they are first scared silly, then end up just acting silly. Showing bravery, curiosity, and loyalty to each other, these three irresistible hens will inspire young ones to face their own funny fears.

With easy-to-read text and charmingly comic illustrations, this read-aloud is the perfect combination of sweetness and whimsy.


About JanetMorgan Stoeke

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Janet Morgan Stoeke ( lives in Fairfax, Virginia, with her husband and four children. In a starred review, Publishers Weekly called her Loopy Coop Hens series “perfect for beginning readers.”
Published February 7, 2013 by Dial. 33 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Children's Books, Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The touch of envy here is of the dreamy kind, allowing kids to appreciate that the feeling needn’t be toxic and that faults and foibles can be humorous in an endearing way—after all, Sam may act like a peacock, but the guy’s just trying to do his job—rather than yet another opportunity for schade...

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Stoeke trades her popular Minerva Louise character for a trio of similarly dim hens—Pip, Dot, and Midge—who "love Rooster Sam" for several reasons, not least because he can fly.

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