Item description for Dora's Eggs by Julie Sykes & Jane Chapman...
Dora the hen is proud of her batch of eggs and longs to show them off to her friends. But Penny Pig is playing with her piglets and Clarissa Cow is snuggling her newborn calf. As Dora watches all the animals with their young, she can't help but think their babies are much nicer than her plain brown eggs. So, off she goes back to her hen house feeling very sad... unaware of the surprises that are about to take place!
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Studio: Tiger Tales
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 9" Height: 10.5" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Mar 31, 2002
Publisher Tiger Tales
ISBN 1589253655 ISBN13 9781589253650
Availability 0 units.
More About Julie Sykes & Jane Chapman
Sykes is the author of several books published in England.
Julie Sykes has an academic affiliation as follows - University of Oregon.
Reviews - What do customers think about Dora's Eggs?
My daughter loves it! May 13, 2000
The pictures are bright and the language simple and repetitive which make this book a favorite with my three-year-old daughter. Initially, we checked it out from the library, (she picked it out) and cried when we had to return it. She still mentions it and I am ordering it for her own library.
Dora's Eggs Apr 6, 2000
This book covers a range of emotions as first-time-mom, Dora, a hen, is disappointed that no other amimal moms want to see her eggs, then saddened to tears when her eggs crack, then delighted and proud as her chicks become everything she could ever want. Delightful illustrations. Wonderful introduction of farm animals to city children.