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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Chicken, Pig, Cow's First Fight - Ruth Ohi

Released January 2012

Ruth Ohi
Annick Press

Reviewed by Tracy Farnsworth

Chicken, pig, and cow are the best of friends. One day, while playing in the block city their owner builds, pig becomes careless and destroys the city. This leads to their very first fight. Can the friends move past their hurt and anger and become friends again?

Chicken, Pig, Cow's First Fight is a simple, well-written children's picture book that teaches a valuable lesson about friendship and forgiveness. The illustrations are eye-catching and the message is simple enough for children to understand. Ruth Ohi does a great job at taking a difficult situation and displaying it from both sides.

For beginning readers, the vocabulary is easy enough that most children will quickly pick up words and be reading by themselves in no time. This is one of many Cow, Chicken, and Pig children's books, so add this and the others to your collection. It's a fun read and one that many children and adults will find endearing.

1 comment:

  1. Dear Roundtable,
    Thank you for reviewing "First Fight"--I'm so glad you enjoyed it! Off to paint and write some more! Best, Ruth