Sadler, Marilyn Ten Eggs in a Nest. Illustrated by
Michael Fleming. PICTURE BOOK. Ransom House Children’s Books, 2014. $9.99.
Content: G. Gwen and Red and proud, “soon to be” parents of newly laid eggs. “How many?” asked Red. “Puck-puck!” Gwen clucked. “It’s bad luck to
count your eggs before they hatch.” In this easy to read short story with happy
and fun illustrations, children will delight as they discover one chick after
another hatching into this family. How
many eggs? Readers will be curious until the end of the book. This is a great early reader. This book comes in series titled, “Bright and
Early Books” for even lower age groups. The
story is simple and fun. The illustrations
are simple and colorful. ADVISABLE. Pre-K. EL (K-3).
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