By Robin Page
What’s that? A chicken you domestic? Now what do you do?
Celebrated author-illustrator Robin web page leads a step by step, question-and-answer-style trip in the course of the global of chickens. alongside the way in which you’ll discover assorted breeds, detect sorts of coops, and study every thing there's to grasp approximately fowl replica and hatching.
Gorgeous, playful, and full of proof, this attractive nonfiction photograph booklet shines new mild on a truly favourite fowl!
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