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Chicken Licken

2.5  ·  Rating Details ·  2 Ratings  ·  1 Review
Presents a prize-winning author whose artwork is known around the world, with one of his picture books under option for TV. Here the author narrates a childhood classic, and includes illustrations.
Unknown Binding, 24 pages
Published April 7th 2011 by Oxford University Press, USA (first published May 29th 2003)
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Evelyn Armstrong
Apr 30, 2012 Evelyn Armstrong rated it it was ok
I don't like book because it is too long winded. I do like reading and listening to repetitive lines and funny, quirky use of text but this one goes on and on and on.

The names used in the book create confusion and an inability to keep up with the characters.

Chicken Licken was minding her own business when an acorn fell on her tail and she concluded that the sky was falling down and a piece of it hit her. So on her way to tell the King of this terrible misfortune she comes across friends who all
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Ian Archibald Beck (born 1947 in Brighton) is an English children's illustrator and author. In addition to his numerous children's books, he is also most famous for his cover illustration on Elton John's Goodbye Yellow Brick Road album. He has sold more than a million copies of his books worldwide.
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