The Little Red Hen Board Book by Byron Barton

The Little Red Hen Board Book

byByron Barton

Board Book | January 3, 1997

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A little red hen grows grain, threshes wheat, bakes bread, and feeds her chicks—all by herself, without any help from her lazy friends. Young readers will laugh and learn a valuable lesson about teamwork from this classic tale! This board book features sturdy pages and is just the right size for toddlers.

Byron Barton's simple words, bold images, and imaginative use of color have made his many picture books perennial favorites with young children. This retelling of the well-loved folktale "The Little Red Hen" continues to draw in preschoolers with its humor and bright primary colors.

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A fresh retelling by Byron Barton of the well-loved story of the little red hen who grows grain, threshes wheat, and feeds her chicks--all by herself, without any help from her lazy friends.Mr. Barton's simple words, bold images, and imaginative use of color have made his many picture book perennial favorites with young children.
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Title:The Little Red Hen Board BookFormat:Board BookDimensions:32 pages, 5.5 × 5.5 × 1 inPublished:January 3, 1997Publisher:HarperCollins

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0694009997

ISBN - 13:9780694009992

Appropriate for ages: Baby - 2

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In simple, rhythmic text and bold pictures, Barton retells the story of a little red hen who plants the seeds, cuts the stalks, and grinds the wheat into flour all by herself. And when the bread is baked, there is plenty for her three little chicks--but none for her lazy friends. Full color.