Monthly Archives: November 2013

Chicken, Pig, Cow’s First Fight (55) Ruth Ohi

Chicken, pig, and cow were friends, and they never had a fight until one day when pig was in a baaaaaaaaaaaaad mood. Can the friends stick together through this fight? Will they be able to rebuild their friendship? This book … Continue reading

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Chicken, Pig, Cow by Ruth Ohi (54)

Can a dog become friends with a chicken, pig and cow? Hmmm…? When chicken, pig and cow go on an exploritive journey, they hit a hurdle: they can’t leave the barn because there is no door. Can you believe a … Continue reading

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Chicken, Pig, Cow, and the Class Pet by Ruth Ohi (53)

This is a GREAT picture book for kids with an adventurous tinge. One day, chicken, pig and cow are separated from their best friend dog. The end up going to school for the day. It was noisy and rowdy. But … Continue reading

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Chicken, Pig, Cow, Horse Around By Ruth Ohi (52)

Chicken, pig and cow do everything together. They are the best of friends until they meet the horse. When the horse first arrives, they aren’t impressed. How could they make friends with a horse? They are so small. But as … Continue reading

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Chicken, Pig, Cow, and the Purple Problem By Ruth Ohi (51)

This is a GREAT picture book by a Canadian children’s writer about accepting different beings from ourselves. Friends can be found and discovered if only we stop being biased by the external appearances that we see. Just because someone looks … Continue reading

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Another Review of a New Book by Ruth Ohi (50)

Kenta and the Big Wave Ruth Ohi This is a wonderful picture book about the tsunami and how devastating it is especially for kids. This story is about Kenta, a small boy. He lives in a small village in Japan … Continue reading

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A Trip With Grandma by Ruth Ohi (49)

This is an endearing picture book that kids will enjoy. Most kids don’t like to be away from home and from their Mom and Dad. But when Grandma makes the trip sound so enticing, Sprout can’t say no. So, despite … Continue reading

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