Reviews - What do customers think about Dora's Chicks?
another book about counting Jan 15, 2005
The dialogue in this book is pretty pathetic, and the characters are lame, like Bobby the Bird. Give me a break. The illustrations could have been done better by a sixth grader.
Don't buy this book unless you want to be bored out of your mind every time you have to read it to your kids. Although, your kids will probably find it just as dull.
A simple yet charming story May 17, 2002
Marvelously written by Julie Sykes and splendidly illustrated by Jane Chapman, Dora's Chicks is a wonder-filled color picturebook for children, about a mother hen doing her best to keep track of her six chicks - but one has gone missing! The hen and her brood travel all about the farmyard, from animal to animal, asking each one about the missing chick. A simple yet charming story especially suitable for reading aloud to young people, Dora's Chicks is enthusiastically recommended for family, school, and community library picturebook collections for young readers ages 3 to 7.