Monday, August 16, 2021

Chickens Don't Wear Tutus - a bookwrap



Chickens Don't Wear Tutus

By Laura Willingham


* Ages:  Baby - 8 years

* Grade Level:  PS-3

*Hardcover:  30 pages

* Publisher:  Black Rose Writing

* Pub. Date:  Sept. 9, 2021

* Language:  English


"Chickens Don't Wear Tutus! is a delightful and colorful children's story that delivers a message in a fun and entertaining style." -Sublime Book Review

"A delightful book about nonconformity. This is an amusing and entertaining story for all." -Kathleen Souza, author of June Moon

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The Book  

The Blue Ridge Barn is having its annual Moonlight Chicken Dance .  It's the biggest event of the year.  A young chick named Lily feels sad and does not want to attend the dance.  She frets over the fact that she doesn't have many feathers and doesn't look fancy enough to go.  

After she ponders the situation she changes her mind and rummages through her house looking for a solution to her problem. 

"I need to make my feathers look full and fluffy." 

Imaginative, creative Lily not only comes up with a winning strategy but draws her mother and father into her plan too.  The family attends the soirée looking fancy, supportive and happy.  

The positive uplifting message encourages acceptance, kindness, love, and uniqueness.  It inspires readers to be and celebrate who they are.  I love the cover.  It really draws you into the story and the illustrations are simple and enrich the text.  This sweet story will be a hit with both young and old.  I highly recommend this book.  

Storywraps Rating - 5 HUGS! 


Meet the Author / 

Laura Willingham is a native of North Carolina. She is currently living on Monkey Island at Grand Lake in Oklahoma with her husband Barry and dog named Willie. Her purpose for writing and illustrating is to provide children with a moment of joy. Outside of writing, she enjoys running, hiking, and spending time with family and friends. 

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