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Further Reading About Chicks and Chickens

By Carolinearnoldtravel @CarolineSArnold
Further Reading about Chicks and ChickensWhen you finish reading a book, are you curious to find out more?  At the back of many books these days you will find a list of further reading. In my book, Hatching Chicks in Room 6, I list four books:
Chicks and Chickens by Gail Gibbons (Holiday House, 2004)
All about the behavior and development of chicks and chickens.
From Egg to Chicken by Anita Ganeri (Heinemann, 2006)Life cycle of the chicken, illustrated with photographs.
Tillie Lays an Egg by Terry Golson, photographs by Ben Fink (Scholastic, 2009)Fictional story about a chicken who lays her eggs everywhere but in the nest box.
Who You Callin’ Chicken? by Thea Feldman, photographs by Stephen Green-Armytage (Abrams, 2003)Photographs of the amazing variety of chicken breeds.
Here are four more:
A Chicken Followed Me Home! Questions and Answers about a Familiar Fowl by Robin Page (Beach Lane Books, 2015
Egg: Nature’s Perfect Package by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page (HoughtonMifflinHarcourt, 2015) 

Chicks! (Step into Reading) by Sandra Horning (Random House)
Busy Chickens by John Schindel (Knopf Books for Young Readers)

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