Chicken, Pig, Cow

Chicken, Pig, Cow

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Baker & Taylor
When Pig and Chicken decide to venture outside of their barn made out of Popsicle sticks, leaving Cow behind, Cow has an unexpected adventure with Dog who, by accidentally knocking over the barn in an attempt to play, becomes a friend.

Perseus Publishing
Pig, Chicken and Cow love the warm and cozy barn Girl made for them out of Popsicle® sticks. Even though Girl forgot to make a door, the three toy animals think their home is perfect. The only thing that isn’t perfect is Dog. He lives outside, but his drool makes it feel as if it’s raining in the barn. One day, Pig and Chicken decide to go exploring, leaving Cow behind. Before long, Cow hears a drooly, snorty sort of sound, followed by a crash as the barn tips over. Dog is very big, and Cow is terrifiedbut she really has nothing to fear. All Dog wants to do is play, as Pig and Chicken discover during a daring rescue. Dog becomes a friend. Best of all, now that two sticks have been knocked free, their barn is indeed perfectfront door and all. With her trademark economy of words and expressive characters, Ruth Ohi has created a refreshing, toddler-friendly story about making friends.


Firefly Books Ltd

Chicken, Pig and Cow love everything about their home... everything except Dog.

Pig, Chicken and Cow love the warm and cozy barn that Girl made for them out of Popsicle™ sticks. Even though Girl forgot to make a door, the three toy animals think their home is perfect. The only thing that isn't perfect is Dog. He lives outside, but his drool makes it feel as if it's raining in the barn.

One day, Pig and Chicken decide to go exploring, leaving Cow behind. Before long, Cow hears a drooly, snorty sort of sound, followed by a crash as the barn tips over. Dog is very big, and Cow is terrified -- but she really has nothing to fear. All Dog wants to do is play, as Pig and Chicken discover during a daring rescue. Dog becomes a friend. Best of all, now that two sticks have been knocked free, their barn is indeed perfect -- front door and all.

With her trademark economy of words and expressive characters, Ruth Ohi has created a refreshing toddler-friendly story about making friends.


Featuring both economy of words and expressive color illustrations this toddler-friendly story tells the story of 3 toy barnyard animals who learn to become friends with the family dog.

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& Taylor

When Pig and Chicken decide to venture outside of their barn made out of Popsicle sticks, leaving Cow behind, Cow has an unexpected adventure with Dog who, by accidentally knocking over the barn in an attempt to play, becomes a friend. Simultaneous.

Publisher: Toronto : Annick Press, 2008
ISBN: 9781554511563
1554511569
9781554511570
1554511577
Branch Call Number: PIC Ohi, R 2008

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JewelMcLatchy Jul 14, 2012

Very cute and imaginative story with likeable characters and good illustrations.

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