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When a crazy chicken wreaks havoc in the kitchen there is just one thing to do--prepare a nest so that she will settle down....

Title : Chicken In The Kitchen
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ISBN : 9780689856419
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 32 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Chicken In The Kitchen Reviews

  • Danette
    2019-03-26 10:30

    2/24/2018 Read with Naomi & Julia.

  • Kimberly
    2019-04-21 09:31

    Chicken in the Kitchen is a cute story of a chicken that is frantically searching for a place to lay her eggs. She chooses the sweet and helpful dog’s kitchen as the place to be. The dog runs around behind her trying to help her find the place she wants to be all the while making a mess of the kitchen and turning things upside down. Finally the chicken is comfortable and lays her eggs everywhere and now there are many chickens in the kitchen. This rhyming story would lend itself well to a book share or read aloud and would be a good opener to teacher how to solve a problem. The chicken had a problem and the dog helped solve it.

  • Aileen Stewart
    2019-04-07 08:29

    Told in rhyme and accompanied by deliciously cute illustrations, this book takes us on Dog's journey to make his chicken happy. Dog's chicken runs willy nilly about the kitchen until Dog finally figures out what his chicken wants. Once he figures it out, Chicken is not only happy, but Dog's ends up with an unexpected surprise. Pretty sure both your boys and girlies from ages four to eight will enjoy this happy book.

  • Maimoona Albar
    2019-04-20 07:46

    It is a funny book to read for young kids. I was surprise by the dog's patience with the chicken. It teaches kids how to be a good friend. The illustrations are colorful and very interesting. I like the size of book, it is effected for young kids who are learning how to read.

  • Jennifer Hewitt
    2019-04-11 06:43

    As an adult i thought this book was kind of funny, if a real chicken got into my kitchen, it would be a lot crazier than it was in this book. The illustrations i thought were great, helped you see and picture how crazy the kitchen was. I thought it was a fun book to read.

  • Moriah Keen
    2019-04-12 10:33

    This is a really cute and fun book for the younger kids. This book has catchy rhymes that will engage the students. You could also use this book to have your students guess why the chicken is in the kitchen.

  • Gracie
    2019-04-04 08:41

    I chose this book randomly and I did not end up liking it. I think the intended age is for third grade and younger. I would not read this to my students. I do not think there is a prominent lesson being taught. I also don't think that children will really understand what is going on in the book.

  • Lynne Marie
    2019-04-19 10:46

    The art was fun and well done, but unfortunately the rhyme was awkward and all over the place, and there was little character/story arc or wow factor. So sadly, not a fan of this book, although I usually love chicken books :)

  • Alex Putman
    2019-03-24 06:40

    Too silly for me

  • Christa Wade
    2019-03-22 12:41

    I didn't like the way this one flowed.

  • Cheryl
    2019-04-08 07:30

    Could be used to talk about eggs or chickens in storytime

  • Jonathan Chew
    2019-03-23 05:48

    Cute story but a lot of southern phrases that might be hard to understand for someone who doesn't know the colloquial lingo such as "like the dickens!" But still fun :)

  • pati
    2019-04-19 10:32


  • Danica Midlil
    2019-04-01 05:35

    Bad slant rhymes!! ugh. Pictures are cute and detail all the chicken chaos that ensues, but seem too cozy and soft for the formal, old fashioned tone of the rhyme. Odd combination.