Three Noisy Chickens to the Rescue by Diane Pike

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"Pike’s story is straightforward and its characters likeable, and despite Max’s predicament, it is gentle and calming. The text is simple, perfect for children (although marred by occasional forgotten quotation marks and inconsistent punctuation). The hand-drawn illustrations are beautifully colored and eye-catching, but they suffer some flaws."
-BlueInk Review

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Grandma has three chickens that live in a pen at the bottom of the garden. They talk to one another in loud squawks and are always very noisy. One winter's day, Alice, her granddaughter, comes to visit, but it is snowing so hard she can't take Max the dog out for a walk. The next day, although it has stopped snowing, Max goes outside with the chickens and disappears!
 

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Published July 10, 2015 by Xlibris UK. 28 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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BlueInk Review

Above average
on Feb 08 2016

"Pike’s story is straightforward and its characters likeable, and despite Max’s predicament, it is gentle and calming. The text is simple, perfect for children (although marred by occasional forgotten quotation marks and inconsistent punctuation). The hand-drawn illustrations are beautifully colored and eye-catching, but they suffer some flaws."

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