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The Little Red Hen (Little Golden Book) (original 1954; edition 2001)

by Diane Muldrow (Editor), J. P. Miller (Illustrator)

Series: Little Golden Books (519)

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Beloved illustrator J. P. Miller#146;s graphic, colorful farm animals seem to jump right off the page#151;but they aren#146;t jumping to help the Little Red Hen plant her wheat! Young children will learn a valuable lesson about teamwork from this funny, favorite folktale.
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Title:The Little Red Hen (Little Golden Book)
Authors:Diane Muldrow (Editor)
Other authors:J. P. Miller (Illustrator)
Info:Golden Books (2001), Edition: English Language, 24 pages
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This is a story of a hard working hen who asks for help to plant and harvest wheat to bake bread, However, when they all refuse she does the work herself. When the bread is ready the other animals want some but she explains how they should have helped. This is good for making text connections because the students can relate to times when there are big jobs that are tough to do but will be worth it in the end. I would use this book for kindergarteners.
  JenelleFyfe | Jun 9, 2018 |
The Little Red Hen is about a hen who finds a grain of wheat. None of the animals on the farm want to plant it with her so she decides to plant it alone. When she makes bread with the wheat all the animals want to eat it but she says no and eats it by herself. The main idea of the story that you must work for the good things in life. The best things in life will not just be handed to you. ( )
  ElizabethReid | Apr 15, 2018 |
BOARD BOOK
  TakomaChildren | Dec 11, 2017 |
you need to help to get rewarded.
  Lauralee96 | Sep 17, 2017 |
“The Little Red Hen” has always been one of my favorites growing up. It is a folktale that has been retold many times, but this version was the one that I grew up with by Margot Zemach out of the Little Golden Books Series. This story is wrapped in morals as it illustrates a busy worker, the little Red Hen, who reaps what she sows from her hard labor. It is a good lesson on the benefits of hard labor. It is a good introduction to farm animals and has a repetitive storyline that provides a great step into early literacy. The red hen searches for someone to help her in every step of baking bread from sewing the grain of wheat to pulling it out of the oven. She continues searching, and fails at finding anyone’s help until it was time to partake in the lovely smelling bread. What will the Little Hen do when everyone that refused to helps her, wants a piece of bread? I love this story, and I give it a five! ( )
  KrissyKares | Feb 27, 2017 |
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Beloved illustrator J. P. Miller#146;s graphic, colorful farm animals seem to jump right off the page#151;but they aren#146;t jumping to help the Little Red Hen plant her wheat! Young children will learn a valuable lesson about teamwork from this funny, favorite folktale.

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My book is the Eighteenth Printing - 1977- # 519
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