Book Reading for KIDS MY LIFE AS A CHICKEN read aloud audio book learn to read

Book Reading for KIDS MY LIFE AS A CHICKEN read aloud audio book learn to read

Welcome to Playtime Toy Unboxing! The channel for kids! Thank you for stopping by today. Please don’t forget to subscribe if you enjoy our videos and always like and share please! Also feel free to leave comments below. We read every comment. Leave suggestions or anything you’d like! Thank you! Today we are reading MY LIFE AS A CHICKEN. This is the perfect bedtime story for children and we are here to make it really fun. When Pauline Poulet learns she’ll be the next special of the day at Cock-a-Doodle-Doo Café, she flies the coop faster than you can say “Chicken pie, delicious”! Thus begins her journey of peril and catastrophe, courage and chance: She is chased. She is dunked. She is tossed tail over beak. But can Pauline escape the dinner plate?

Kids everywhere will love clucking along with this chicken’s battle cry: “Pauline, prevail!” ‘But round my roost I hear suspicious Words like Chicken Pie, Delicious . . . ‘ Pauline Poulet begins her autobiography as a typical chick, resigned to peep and peck and do what chickens do best: lay eggs. But one day, she spies The Farmer drooling over “101 Chicken Recipes” and knows he is contemplating murder most fowl. Now she must choose: be Plucky or Plucked. So with a brawk and a squawk, it’s hens, away! Pauline flies the coop as fast as her tasty drumsticks will carry her. Life isn’t easy, however, on the other side of the picket fence. In from-frying-pan-into-the-fire fashion, she faces a carton of bad eggs: snarling foxes, hungry hawks, even peg-legged pirates, all with omelets on their minds. But Pauline prevails, landing `wilted, wounded, weak of wing’ in the arms of some very special rescuers. Award-winning poet Ellen Kelley has hatched a hilarious, heart-ful tale with rollicking rhythms, active alliterations, and a rhyming text that snaps and cackles and begs to be read aloud. Michael Slack’s wacky illustrations (take a gander at Pauline’s eye-lashed, egg-like eyes!) match the energy and excitement and kid-friendly humor that will have all the chickadees in your roost chuckling and clucking for more. Ellen A. Kelley (Author), Michael Slack (Illustrator)