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Chicken, Pig, Cow and the Class Pet Paperback – May 19 2011

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A lighthearted glimpse reveals how stuffed animals will play when their child (and their teacher) is away. (Kirkus Reviews 2011-10-15)

Once again, Ohi has created a touching read-aloud, the text simple, the language spare, and the story full of warmth, and character, and humour. (Ken Kilback Resource Links 2011-12-00)

Spare text and engaging watercolor cartoon illustrations lend a tone of sweet simplicity to this friendship story. (Gloria Koster School Library Journal 2012-01-00)

About the Author

Ruth Ohi is not only a talented writer and illustrator, she is also a tireless presenter at schools and libraries, where she shares her trade secrets with children. Ruth lives with her family in Toronto, Ontario.

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It's okay for never reading the series Feb. 11 2014
By gravytrain - Published on
Format: Paperback
This book is from a series of books and I have not read any of the others. Had I, as a reader I might have had a stronger relationship to the main characters, chicken, pig, and cow and their antics. This book has a cute concept about a little chicken, pig, and cow that adventure together but it sort of lacked luster and appeal to my son as we read this together.