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Super Chicken!

Super Chicken Small chick Big brain Here comes Super Chicken a little chicken with a giant imagination With novelty die cuts and adorable artwork throughout this story has our hero Super Chicken turning everyday

  • Title: Super Chicken!
  • Author: Rebecca Purcell
  • ISBN: 9780545451703
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Board Book
  • Small chick Big brain.Here comes Super Chicken a little chicken with a giant imagination With novelty die cuts and adorable artwork throughout, this story has our hero, Super Chicken, turning everyday objects and shapes into ships, exotic animals, and Chicken s bath may be just a bath, but when he becomes Super Chicken, he s sailing the high seas Rebecca PurcellSmall chick Big brain.Here comes Super Chicken a little chicken with a giant imagination With novelty die cuts and adorable artwork throughout, this story has our hero, Super Chicken, turning everyday objects and shapes into ships, exotic animals, and Chicken s bath may be just a bath, but when he becomes Super Chicken, he s sailing the high seas Rebecca Purcell s unique art uses a high contrast color palette including black, white, red, blue, yellow, green, and orange The high contrast colors are perfect for babies 0 8 months, while the innovative die cuts, fun imaginative scenes, and simple text will make toddlers ages 2 3 big fans of Super Chicken

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    1 thought on “Super Chicken!

    1. Chicken’s imagination takes him on extraordinary adventures in this short and sweet board book. Very young children can relate to Chicken’s everyday activities of playing with blocks, taking a bath, and sleeping, but the conceptual conceit of (Super) Chicken’s imagination takes this board book to another level. Super Chicken is illustrated with bold graphic shapes in primary colors with clean lines. Die-cuts don’t detract from this board book’s sturdy construction, and the shapes trans [...]

    2. This is one of those books that you think would be fun to read or at least look at, but that after the first read-through, you tell your child to put back on the shelf because it is not one you want to read again.Perhaps if there was some flow to the "story," rather than a series of disjointed sentences that end anticlimactically, I'd be more willing to read this to my son more than once. I suppose it could be helpful for early readers, since the sentences are simple and straightforward. I might [...]

    3. Bright primary colors and page outs. A chicken with an imagination becomes Super Chicken. This book goes perfectly with our library's summer reading theme.

    4. Bold colors in simple pictures and text that encourage bold imaginations for little ones. Nothing threatening here!

    5. This was clever but just didn't click for us with our one year old. I would reocmmend maybe waiting till your child is a bit older.

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