Chicken Big by Keith Graves
  

Chicken Big

Written by Keith Graves
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Synopsis

Chicken Big by Keith Graves

On a teeny little farm, in an itty bitty coop, is born one big, humongous ...something. None of the chickens knows quite what he is, but each time something terrifying falls from the sky and the chickens run for their lives, he calmly explains the situation and offers comfort. With each calamitous event, the little chickens are sure they've pinned him down--he's an elephant, a squirrel, an umbrella, even a sweater! But when he ultimately saves the day, they realise that only one thing could be so smart, kind, warm and brave. In this hilarious spin-off of the classic Chicken Little story, author/illustrator Keith Graves brings a whole new perspective to what it really means to be ...chicken.

About the Author

Keith Graves is the author and/or illustrator of a number of children's books, including Chronicle's Frank Was A Monster Who Wanted To Dance and The Orphan Of Awkward Falls.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
40 pages

Author

Keith Graves
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Publisher

Chronicle Books

Publication date

1st March 2014

ISBN

9781452131467


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