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Chicks and Salsa by Aaron Reynolds
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Apr 20, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: adventure, animals, cause-and-effect, ece-3601, humor, math, read-alouds, sequencing, senses, picture-books

The chickens of Nuthatcher Farm were sick of chicken feed, so the rooster stepped in to solve this problem himself. The chickens along with the rooster began sneaking into the garden for tomatoes and onions to make a much more exciting and satisfying meal: salsa. Eventually word spread and even the ducks and pigs began creating their own dish. I love the humor in the book especially when the bull practices his dance for the fiesta but no one knows where he got the sombrero from. I love the vividly illustrated pictures and how the recipes are included in the back. This story would be great to teach sequencing and fractions using the recipes in the back.
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