Chicken, Pig, Cow Horse Around
written and illustrated by Ruth Ohi
Synopsis from Annick Press:
Chicken, Pig, and Cow are very happy together in their Popsicle stick barn, so when Horse arrives, not everyone is pleased—especially Chicken, who points out that Horse takes up a lot of space. When Chicken suggests they play a game of hide-and-seek, Horse merrily trots off. But when he disappears, a frantic search ensues—until Chicken finally spots him inside the fishbowl. Feeling guilty, Chicken jumps in to save him, only to realize that Horse is actually outside the bowl. So who will save Chicken? All ends well when Pig, Cow, and Horse—with the help of Dog—team up together to rescue their friend.
There’s something delightful about Chicken, Pig, Cow. My kids were introduced to them in their first story Chicken, Pig, Cow and then followed them into Chicken, Pig, Cow on the Move. In Chicken, Pig, Cow Horse Around a new friend appears: Horse
Cow and Pig think are impressed with Horse’s talents but Chicken liked life before Horse came along. Chicken tries to loose Horse, playing hide-and-seek without any interest in seeking. But when Cow and Pig force Chicken to find Horse, Chicken learns a little bit about friendship.
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I have to thank Joanne at Annick Press for my review copy.