The Story of Chicken Licken

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • The Story of Chicken Licken
  • Jan Ormerod
  • English
  • 05 November 2019
  • 9780744557046

10 thoughts on “The Story of Chicken Licken

  1. says:

    A funny, rhyming story about Chicken Licken, a little chicken who thinks the sky has fallen. It is in fact an acorn that falls on chicken licken's head, but convinced otherwise she sets out on a journey to tell the king. The reader is introduced to many different characters along the way, such as, Henny Penny, Duck Luck and Goose Loose, who all decide to accompany Chicken Licken on her journey. The story ends when naughty Foxy Woxy leads them all in to his foxes hole and gobbles them up! Complete with delightful illustrations that the reader can enjoy, this book can be really fun to read. It will definitely help if you practice saying the names of all of the characters before reading aloud. From my experience the faster you can say the names, the funnier the children seem to find the story.

  2. says:

    14/03/16 - I read this book THREE times today.

    I read this to two children today (separately) as they asked me to read it and then for the class read at the end of the day, I was asked to read this book again for the class read.

    I do like this read and there are some inference questions, which I was able to ask the children. The names of the animals rhyme and can be difficult to get your mouth around.
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    Was read to me today - 3.5*

    I read this as a child and I loved it.
    The child couldn't get his head round the fact that the book was suggesting that the sky could fall down - he even had to check that the sky was 'okay'.

    Not as effective reading it as an adult but I still see its value in the classroom.

  3. says:

    The sky is falling! The sky is falling! Ahh, primary school - who didn't read the story of Chicken Licken? :D

  4. says:

    it was a good book

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