Chicken, pig, cow and the purple problem
How come Cow's spots are purple, when everybody else's are gray or brown? Fed up with being different, Cow sets out on a quest to change her spots.
Thanks to a gravelly walkway, she soon finds lots of gray to cover the purple. And a squirrel in a tree provides plenty of brown by showering Cow with seeds. But when she arrives back home all big and bunchy and lumpy, Chicken and Pig hardly recognize her. When they finally realize it is Cow, they reassure her that she is their friend--purple spots and all.
The adorable Chicken, Pig, Cow--and Dog--are back, and continue to capture the hearts of young readers. The winning combination of simple text, expressive illustrations and lots of humor makes this a perfect choice for toddlers and beginning readers.
What makes a good book for preschoolers? Ruth Ohi shares her advice in this link: click here .
Level 1.6, 0.5 Points
|Grouped Work ID||3d943ce9-b8d3-c43c-085a-d765dfbcd3bc|
|Grouping Title||chicken pig cow and the purple problem|
|Grouping Author||ohi ruth|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-12-17 01:50:01AM|
|Last Indexed||2020-02-16 04:39:04AM|
|available_at_montrose||MRLD Montrose Branch|
|detailed_location_montrose||MRLD Montrose Juvenile Easy Books|
|display_description||Why are Cow's spots purple when other cows are gray or brown? Fed up with being different, Cow sets out on a quest to change how she looks, but will Chicken, Pig and Dog recognize her when she comes home?|
|owning_library_montrose||Montrose Regional Library District|
|owning_location_montrose||MRLD Montrose Branch|
|series||Chicken pig cow|
|series_with_volume||Chicken pig cow|3|
|subject_facet||Chickens -- Juvenile fiction|
Cows -- Juvenile fiction
Swine -- Juvenile fiction
|title_display||Chicken, pig, cow and the purple problem|
|title_full||Chicken, pig, cow and the purple problem / Ruth Ohi|
|title_short||Chicken, pig, cow and the purple problem|