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Chicks!

3.9 of 5 stars 3.90  ·  rating details  ·  21 ratings  ·  7 reviews
When a family brings home chicks from a local farm, they must do everything they can to make sure their feathered friends thrive in their new environment. With the help of their knowledgeable parents, the children provide the baby chicks with food, water, warmth, and proper shelter. Young readers will chirp along happily page after page, learning to read as they watch the ...more
ebook, 32 pages
Published February 26th 2013 by Random House Books for Young Readers (first published January 1st 2013)
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Tima
A brother and sister receive three tiny chicks. They help their parents make a home for them so they will grow. As they grow, they change. And as they change, their home needs to change. Soon their little chicks will be all grown up and new baby chicks will be on the way.

Chicks! is a Step Into Reading Step 1 book that has easy to read words and larger print to make it easy for the beginning reader to enjoy. The basic vocabulary promotes and encourages the young reader. The bright colorful illust
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Meg McGregor
A wonderful way for little ones to follow the development of a group of baby chicks to them becoming grown-ups!

Beautifully illustrated and quite informative. A very fun read.
Aaliyah
Aaliyah and I had fun learning about the life cycle of chickens.
Kira McGann
Horning’s Chicks! is an ideal tool to show young children not only the basics of raising fuzzy, wee chicks to downy, adult chickens in one’s own backyard, but also how they can work together with their parents in ensuring that their new backyard pets lead a happy, healthy and safe life. The accompanying illustrations by Goodell gave the story warmth and vibrancy.
Caryn Caldwell
A family adopts tiny chicks, then cares for them as they grow into adults and have chicks of their own. The text and illustrations do a very nice job of illustrating basic chicken development, while still being accessible for beginning readers.
Pam
Dec 27, 2012 Pam marked it as to-read
We are looking forward to another book by Sandra Horning.l
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