Max's Chocolate Chicken

Max's Chocolate Chicken

Book - 1999
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All Max wants to do is eat the chocolate chicken that someone left in the birdbath one fine spring morning. But "wait, Max," his sister Ruby says, "First we go on an egg hunt." Max does his best to play along, but when Ruby finds all the eggs-and he finds only ants and acorns-he shows her what can happen when you put all your eggs in one basket!
Publisher: New York : Puffin ; Viking ; Dial Books for Young Readers, c1999,c1989.
ISBN: 9780670887132
9780140566727
0140566724
0670887137
9780803705852
0803705859
Branch Call Number: Z WEL
Characteristics: [24] p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm.

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susan_findlay
Jun 08, 2017

My three year old son really likes this book, but I don't particularly. The first half is fine and seems to be setting up a "Ruby shares her chocolate chicken with Max" kind of ending. Then it gets really choppy and disjointed, and we're supposed to think that Max stealing Ruby's chocolate. chicken is a good thing? Presumably, since he's never scolded and does not apologize. Not my favourite.

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