Where, Oh Where, is Rosie's Chick? (Paperback)Pat Hutchins (author)
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Rosie has lost her baby chick. She looks under the hen house. She looks behind the wheelbarrow. But little baby chick isn't there. But watch out Rosie - there's someone following you, and it's not just your baby chick!
The funny sequel to the much-loved and bestselling Rosie's Walk, with the same element of danger and surprise that children so enjoy.
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 150 g
Dimensions: 253 x 199 x 5 mm
Fun for everyone * Primary Times *
It's a real pleasure to see Pat Hutchins' follow-up picture book * Reading Zone *
A fascinating exercise in returning to your past * Tyger Tale *
The Sixties palette manages to look bright and appealing and Hutchins's illustrations still look really stylish * Books For Keeps *
A charming, sweet and funny book about a hen who's lost her chick * huffingtonpost.co.uk *
Rather funny * Bookwitch *
Young children will love the 'look behind you' storyline, and this deceptively simple tale, packed with visual detail, should become as popular as the first Rosie adventure * The Daily Mail *
Pat Hutchins is the Harper Lee of children's books...Hutchins' nostalgic illustrations and careful words keep the smallest chicks engaged to the end. * The Times *
Bravo, Pat Hutchins, you have not lost your exquisite touch! * School Librarian *
This sequel to the iconic Rosie's Walk is infused with the same gentle, ironic visual humour ... Highly recommended * Carousel *
Where have you been all these years, Rosie? Welcome back, and hello to your little chick. * Kirkus *
Hutchins reprises her hand-drawn style and autumnal palette, with the action unspooling across the lower margin of the spreads against a backdrop of orchards and haystacks. This mild continuation stays so true to Rosie's Walk that it could've easily been published a few years after that book, instead of almost 50 * Publishers Weekly *
A charming sequel to the classic Rosie's Walk and an appealing read-aloud for all collections * School Library Journal *
This is a diverting outing, and adults and children who are fond of Rosie will especially enjoy this companion piece. * BULLETIN OF THE CENTER FOR CHILDREN'S BOOKS *
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