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    The Little Red Hen

    The Little Red Hen

    by Lucinda McQueen and Lucinda McQueen

    There's something spectacular about Big Book versions of great children's stories. Both kids and adults love to touch and hold these oversized classics and savor the detail of the illustrations.

    Lucinda McQueen retells the favorite tale of the industrious little hen and her freeloading friends especially for beginning readers.

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    The Little Red Hen Bakes Some Bread

    The Little Red Hen Bakes Some Bread

    by Lynne Cravath

    These simple retellings of classic fairy and folk tales are perfect for classroom or home and include tips to make the most out of your reading time!

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The Little Red Hen

Author: Lucinda McQueen

Interest Level:
Pre-K-3

Lexile Framework:
470L

Grade Level Equivalent:
2.5

Guided Reading Level:
K

Age:
4-8

Genre:
Classics, Fables, Folk Tales and Myths

Subject:
Just Rewards, Responsibility, Laziness and Procrastination

About This Book

A classic folktale about the hardworking hen and her freeloading friends, retold for beginning readers

The Little Red Hen works hard — all alone! — to turn her wheat seed into flour, while the goose gossips, the dog naps, and the cat preens. But when her lazy friends smell the fresh bread baking, they're eager to help her eat it!

In this easy-to-read rendition, even the youngest listeners will enjoy the classic folktale about hard work and it's tasty reward.

Lucinda McQueen's active illustrations show in vivid detail how a few grains of wheat can be eventually made into bread. Her pictures perfectly capture the character of each animal of this classic folktale, while her simple storytelling teaches even the youngest readers important lessons about work and responsibility.


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