Count Your Chickens For fans of Richard Scarry a cute as a button picture book featuring dozens of chickens as they set out for the county fair Chickens chickens everywhere going to the county fair Follow a family of c

  • Title: Count Your Chickens
  • Author: Jo Ellen Bogart Lori Joy Smith
  • ISBN: 9781770497924
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Hardcover
  • For fans of Richard Scarry, a cute as a button picture book featuring dozens of chickens as they set out for the county fair Chickens, chickens everywhere going to the county fair Follow a family of chickens as they prepare for their big outing You ll see chickens wondering what to wear, baking pies, painting their toes and knitting socks A stroll through town reveaFor fans of Richard Scarry, a cute as a button picture book featuring dozens of chickens as they set out for the county fair Chickens, chickens everywhere going to the county fair Follow a family of chickens as they prepare for their big outing You ll see chickens wondering what to wear, baking pies, painting their toes and knitting socks A stroll through town reveals that everyone else is excited for the festivities too There are so many sights to see Over there we see racers sprinting to the finish line Over here, farmers showing off their best crops Clowns, entertainers and musicians take the stage And don t forget the rides the Ferris wheel, super slide and merry go round Grab some cotton candy and popcorn, because this very silly book will entertain and challenge young readers with searching and counting elements.

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    2 thoughts on “Count Your Chickens

    1. I received this ARC from Netgalley for an honest review.I love this book about chickens everywhere. The illustrations are fun and the rhyming makes you want to keep turning the pages. This would be a great book for read-aloud.

    2. Bright and colorful illustrations, and rhymed text. Every page is full of details AND chickens you can count. The story is set in a county fair, where nothing is missing: cotton candy, sack races, Ferry wheels, balloons, clowns, music, slides, even a Grasshopper Tart Contest! This book is a catcher!I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

    3. This book is really cute, with rhyming text in the same vein as LLAMA LLAMA RED PAJAMA. However, the "counting" aspect falls by the wayside immediately in favor of the rhymes (which are cute!) and then at the *end* of the book there are little screenshots of each page instructing the reader what they should have been counting. So, the concept is cute, but the execution is really lacking; how hard would it have been to put the "count X here!" in the corner of each page so the reader doesn't have [...]

    4. What an adorable book! So cute and so fun. My 9 year old loved this, especially he part at the end that was like a look and find.

    5. This is a cute book. I will grant it that. And yeah, and book with chickens, count me in, since I have, what am I up to now, 32 of them in my backyard flock, so yeah, I kind of like chickens I guess.And I kind of like this book. Kind of. It is full of bright pictures, and lots of anthropomorphic chickens, going to a faire, having fun, and then going home.But, see, the thing that would have earned it more stars would be to actually use the chickens to make the story more. Chickens should not be s [...]

    6. I love books by Jo Ellen Bogart, and this one is no exception. It is not the typical book by her, but more in the line of a Richard Scary book. Each page of this book is covered with activity. Chickens are depicted in all sorts of settings, doing various activities. The story is told in rhyme with questions that will start a discussion with the reader and listeners. I love the section at the back of the book where each pages asks how many . where children can go back and count chickens doing dif [...]

    7. I enjoyed reading this to my two children and judging by their faces, they enjoyed hearing it. I loved everything in this book. The pictures were bright and colorful, the chickens were cute, and the story rhymed. Made it super fun to read. I would easily spend money for this book if I hadn't gotten it for free through Netgalley.

    8. We were lucky enough to be able to take our boys to Disneyland a few months ago, and ever since then, Harry has been really into amusement parks as a subject. I picked up Count the Chickens because I wondered if a county fair subject would appeal to him, and he liked it a lot.The title is a little misleading because while you can certainly use this book for counting, the book isn't actually structured in a way that is predictive. That is, there isn't a page with two of everything and three of ev [...]

    9. This was a fun and light enjoyable read that is perfect for bedtime stories or a read aloud. The color palette is so fun and fresh and the illustration style is also a unique look. The rhyming scheme and some of the lines are even fun for adults to read along with for their children. The thing I like most is the authors attention to detail. There are a lot of details in the illustrations and I think that makes this a fun book for kids to revisit even as they get older and their visual comprehens [...]

    10. I love chickens and I love picture books that rhyme so it goes that I should adore this book. However, the title is COUNT Your Chickens. I wanted that to be part of the story. All it is is a page at the end for you to go back and count how many chickens are doing a specific task on each page. Not very interactive as you're reading the story. I'd have the list available to go through AS I'm reading the book.

    11. With this cute and colourful picture book, anytime is a good time to count your chickens! There is so much fun depicted on each page, with adorable characters to discover, is it is quite easy to engage a child while reading and allow their imagination to roam free. Counting fun at it's best. I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.

    12. Rhyming text details the actions of chickens having fun. Not as much of a counting book as a seek and find book with an added counting element.Pencil illustrations were colored digitally and really give readers a lot to look at on each spread. I like the added counting challenges that follow text and the fact that the answer key is included. PreK-2.

    13. Not truly suitable for storytime, but good for a one-on-one read with children practicing counting. Silly, bright.

    14. This book is just plain fun from the first through the last page. It is rather busy, and usually I don't like that, yet this author and illustrator pulled it off.I loved the colors and the soft green background. Chickens are going to a fair and throughout the day there are lots of clown chickens, and doctor chickens and moody chickens dancing the blues, and chickens in pink underpants and chickens on strings that pluck.And, while I never liked the books of Richard Scary because they seemed way t [...]

    15. This book is not really about counting chickens, unless you want to (as an added bonus at the end, you can find out how many chickens are on each page). It's mostly about chickens going to the fair, told in a jaunty poem.

    16. Fun. Unique. Counting book. Instead of counting 1-10, readers are encouraged to count how many chickens are in each picture doing specific things. Read the rhymes and find the chickens in each illustration which match the rhyme. How many are there?

    17. Count Your Chickens is a colorfully illustrated book that does more than just count chickens! The story is in rhyme format and the storyline follows most of the chickens in town as they head to the county fair. A lovely storybook for ages 4-8. Little ones will enjoy the funny clothes and situations the chickens are in and older children can participate in the counting aspect of the story - there is a handy question/answer guide in the back for added activity. I look forward to recommending this [...]

    18. So many chickens, so much fun! Rhyming text invites children to search, and count. As the chickens make their way to the fair, charming illustrations fill each page. With a fun challenge at the back children ages two to five will want to revisit each scene.

    19. all the chickens in town are going to the fair. While the end of the book has cues to get you to count the chickens in each pictures the numbers are never mentioned in the story. The chickens are cute and language simple enough for toddlers. Fun.

    20. This is a cute book, and I think it would be good as an easier Where's Waldo book. Kids can learn new vocabulary in it.

    21. Count Your Chickens by Jo Ellen Bogart and Lori Joy Smith Fans of Richard Scary will be in for a treat with this excellent counting book. I love these kinds of books best because of the hours you spend with your kids. Chickens, chickens everywhere -- going to the county fair! Follow a family of chickens as they prepare for their big outing. You'll see chickens wondering what to wear, baking pies, painting their toes and knitting socks. A stroll through town reveals that everyone else is excited [...]

    22. This book is an impressive rhyming tale about tons of chickens going to the county fair. The illustrations are adorable, and the chickens are truly doing everything in this fictional world. My favorite part is that at the back of the book there are questions for each page, so you can flip back and count how many chickens are knitting or are dressed as clowns, etc.Perfect for children ages 3-6, this book is one that would be fun to read over and over again. There is so much going on on each page, [...]

    23. I'm going to be real honest: I'm a sucker for books with cute art about animals. Blame Sandra Boynton and my mom working at a bookstore and my dad being a vet. This book is no exception. The art of different chickens doing things at the fair is some of the cutest I've seen in awhile, with cute references to the Blues Brothers and Dixie Chicks thrown into the mix. I love how there's always something going on in the right colored backgrounds and especially like the counting portion in the end of t [...]

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