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Blue chicken / by Deborah Freedman.

Book Book (2011.)
Description: [32] p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
Publisher: New York, NY : Viking, 2011.
18 of 19 copies available at NOBLE (All Libraries).
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  • ISBN: 9780670012930 (hardcover)
  • ISBN: 0670012939 (hardcover)
Summary: An enterprising chicken attempts to help an artist paint the barnyard and accidentally turns the whole picture blue.
  • Baker & Taylor
    An enterprising chicken attempts to help an artist paint the barnyard and accidentally turns the whole picture blue.
  • Baker & Taylor
    Wanting to help her friends at the farmyard, an exuberant young chicken wreaks havoc with a pot of paint, splashing vibrant blue everywhere she goes in spite of her best intentions.
  • Penguin Putnam
    A mind-bendingly clever farmyard romp

    In this deceptively simple picture book, author-illustrator Deborah Freedman has created an irresistible character that springs to life and wreaks havoc in a farmyard with a pot of blue paint. The innocent chicken just wants to help, but things get worse and worse - and bluer and bluer - the more she tries. Playing with colors and perspective, and using minimal text, this richly layered story reveals new things to see and laugh about with each reading.
  • Random House, Inc.
    A mind-bendingly clever farmyard romp

    In this deceptively simple picture book, author-illustrator Deborah Freedman has created an irresistible character that springs to life and wreaks havoc in a farmyard with a pot of blue paint. The innocent chicken just wants to help, but things get worse and worse - and bluer and bluer - the more she tries. Playing with colors and perspective, and using minimal text, this richly layered story reveals new things to see and laugh about with each reading.

Citation:

Freedman, Deborah. "Blue chicken." New York, NY : Viking, 2011.

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