The Singing Chick

The Singing Chick

Book - 1999
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Baker & Taylor
A newly hatched, happily singing chick is eaten by a fox, who then starts singing before being eaten by a wolf, and so begins a chain of eating and singing for a series of animals

McMillan Palgrave
One day, an egg rolls into the forest. It hatches, and out pops a bright yellow chick. The chick is so happy to be alive that he starts singing and doesn't stop, even when a fox swallows him up. But then the fox can't stop singing, so a wolf eats him up. And the wolf can't stop singing, so a bear eats him up. Full of madcap humor that aims straight for a preschooler's funny bone, this is a happily-ever-after story that kids won't be able to stop singing about.


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& Taylor

A newly hatched, happily singing chick is eaten by a fox, who then starts singing before being eaten by a wolf, and so begins a chain of eating and singing for a series of animals. 15,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : H. Holt, 1999
ISBN: 9780805052558
0805052550
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 22 x 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Cecil, Randy - Illustrator

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Yiling_2015
Aug 30, 2018

My six years old son love this book so much. He laugh out loud every time I read it. I've borrowed this book for three times.

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