Cheep! Cheep!

Three little chicks are sound asleep when they hear a mysterious cheep But who could it be Babies and toddlers can follow along as the three chicks set out to investigate Plush collage figures in nursery room colors look soft enough to cuddle up to, while sturdy card stock pages and safely rounded corners will hold up to repeated readings.Reviews Take a family of adoraThree little chicks are sound asleep when they hear a mysterious cheep But who could it be Babies and toddlers can follow along as the three chicks set out to investigate Plush collage figures in nursery room colors look soft enough to cuddle up to, while sturdy card stock pages and safely rounded corners will hold up to repeated readings.Reviews Take a family of adorable, three dimensional chickens constructed from velvety, cozily domestic terry cloth add a text made up entirely of words with a giggle inducing eep sound, and the result is this irresistible, inventive paper over board book Sleep starts off the first spread, where a chicken family tries to get some shut eye A turn of the page shows a Cheep coming from the egg below their perch Making a joint Leap the smallest chick uses its blankie as a parachute the peeping protagonists land in a comic Heap and eagerly welcome their newest addition Baicker McKee the FussBusters series gives her absorbent cast minimalist facial features and highly streamlined appendages the two color backdrops are equally spare But she comes up with an amazing array of expressions and comic poses when the reconstituted family settles down on the perch for a group slumber party, the two smallest downy siblings share a priceless conspiratorial wink and hug Young children will undoubtedly view the chick family as toys come to life and be thoroughly enchanted Here s hoping another diphthong inspires a follow up from this talented team Publishers Weekly, starred review The art is extremely simple while being exactly right Digitally assembled from puffy terrycloth bodies, googly eyes and the odd feather or two, the chickies are cuteness in action One to keep Kirkus Reviews The illustrator uses terry cloth, a few well placed feathers, and an eggshell or two to create adorable chicks sure to capture a child s heart Like the text, the pictures are minimal but t
Cheep Cheep Three little chicks are sound asleep when they hear a mysterious cheep But who could it be Babies and toddlers can follow along as the three chicks set out to investigate Plush collage figures in nurs

  • Title: Cheep! Cheep!
  • Author: Julie Stiegemeyer Carol Baicker-McKee
  • ISBN: 9781582346823
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Cheep! Cheep!”

    1. The best part about this book is how silly you sound while reading it to your kids. The whole thing sounds like it was written in chicken language - every word rhyming with cheep. It's a lot of fun, and the family of chickens is adorable.

    2. This is the picture book I always gift to the Bigger Kid upon the arrival of that first new baby sibling.Most books about the new baby brother/sister wallow in the negative emotions. In this book, the newborn is a source of total joy, the object of a treasure hunt.Plus, giggles on every page. Plus, perfect language and killer illustrations. And it's not quite a board book, but it's sturdy.

    3. CIP: Three chicks are fast asleep until a strange sound wakes them up. Using just a handful of easy rhyming words, and illustrated with touch-ably soft 3-D collage art, this delightful story follows the bird family as they investigate the noise—and discover a new family memberVIEW: This controlled vocabulary, rhyming book will make you feel warm and fuzzy as the three adorable yellow terry cloth chicks wake up to discover that a new chick has hatched and they tumble down to greet it. With just [...]

    4. Though this book does not have many words, the creativity and the plot of this book is simple yet wonderful. This family of birds uses rhyming words to tell the story of how a new member of their family comes along one day. The author uses tasteful rhyming words that blend together which reflect the actions of the birds themselves. I also like the use of real material the author incorporates. Clay and cloth pictures make the pictures pop and give an almost 3-D effect, perfect for young readers!

    5. very simple text using blending sounds, e.g. CH-EEP, to support the cute photo illustrations of chicks constructed with soft terry fabric. The pictures need to be seen up close, as they support the simple story of the evolution of an egg to a baby chick. Kindergartners were excited that they could actually read along!

    6. The illustrations are ADORABLE. These terrycloth chicks are incredibly animated - the words are unnecessary; you're really reading the pictures.But the rhyming words are great for teaching the "eep" and "eap" sounds, and kids will love that they can read along.

    7. Gavin (age 2) loves this book. He laughed hysterically when the birds tumble from their perch after discovering their egg has hatched. Gavin also refers to the baby chicks as himself and his baby brother who he calls "Bray bray". Sweet.

    8. awesome first book for little ones - my 2-year-old reads it to himself now, exactly how I read it to him.

    9. My little ones love to pour over this book and never want to stop looking at it. I use it for colors, numbers, pet id, and of course just for the pure joy of reading.

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