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Rosie's Walk

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 4,393 Ratings and 325 Reviews

Book Description
Rosie was a busy, fat, comfortable hen, and one day she decided to go for a walk. But Rosie didn't know she was being followed by a wicked fox. Unwittingly she led him into one disaster after another, and got back home safely.
Book Information
PublisherBodley Head Children's Books
BindingBoard book (33 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages30
Publication Date07/02/1998
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About Pat Hutchins (Author) : Pat Hutchins is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Pat Hutchins include Best Train Set Ever, Changes, Changes, Rosies Walk, and Titch (Unabridg... more
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5/12/2010 Danielle Wright said: Amazing illustrations and such a great simple concept!
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11/17/2009 jacklyn curb said:
A chicken decides to go for a walk and is unknowingly followed by an unsuccessful, hungry fox. The text is a run-on sentence of prepositional phrases that are present every other page. The pages without text show the consequences of the fox’s actions and are very comical. The text is not necessary... more

tags: I read

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8/9/2007 Sondra LaBrie tagged as: dominics

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