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From Chick to Chicken

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  1 Rating  ·  2 Reviews
Support popular childrens' studies of animals, the farm, pets, and even human development with birth-to-reproduction life cycle resources. Large photos and easy text describe how animals move, feed, grow, use their senses, and reproduce. Opening with a newborn animal, each title follows a creature's growth and development to adulthood. The role of a caregiver-farmer, ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published November 1st 2001 by Raintree (first published September 2001)
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Kaylee Mercer
Nov 10, 2016 Kaylee Mercer rated it it was amazing
From Chick to Chicken is a very informative book that explains how chicks grow into chickens. First, the hen lays the eggs. It takes 21 days for chicks to tap through their shell with their beak. When they hatch, they are very fluffy and yellow. It takes only a few short weeks for these cute chicks to be adult chickens. Some chickens are kept in a hatchery during this process. When they hatch, there are thousands of baby chicks! The females are sent to lay eggs and the males are used for chicken ...more
Bethany Sutherland
From Chick to Chicken is a book about the process of how a chicken comes to be. To start, the female chicken, hen, lays eggs that are fertilized by the male chicken, rooster. The hen sits on the eggs until ready to hatch and the chick breaks the shell with its egg tooth. The chick then grows and repeats the same process. Hatchery chickens are bread for eating meat and eggs which the farm has a process for.

I liked this book because it was about chickens and the pictures were great. I did not real
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