The Scarecrow's Hat

The Scarecrow's Hat - Ken Brown

The Scarecrow's Hat


A resourceful chicken seeks the help of her farm animal friends to solve a problem, while giving something of herself along the way.
Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does. This begins her quest to find items to trade among her farm friends, all to obtain a walking stick to swap for Scarecrow's hat. But why does Chicken want an old straw hat?
With bright watercolors and a gentle tone to keep readers captivated, this clever story written and illustrated by Ken Brown poses a problem and offers a creative solution that young children will delight in discovering.

In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association

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A resourceful chicken seeks the help of her farm animal friends to solve a problem, while giving something of herself along the way.
Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does. This begins her quest to find items to trade among her farm friends, all to obtain a walking stick to swap for Scarecrow's hat. But why does Chicken want an old straw hat?
With bright watercolors and a gentle tone to keep readers captivated, this clever story written and illustrated by Ken Brown poses a problem and offers a creative solution that young children will delight in discovering.

In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association


In this classroom favorite, a resourceful chicken enlists her farm friends to get a coveted hat from Scarecrow. A delightful circular tale and fall read-aloud

"Great for storytelling, with big beautiful pictures for a topper." ―Kirkus Reviews

Chicken really admires Scarecrow's hat. Scarecrow would gladly trade his hat for a walking stick to rest his tired arms. Chicken doesn't have a walking stick to trade--but she knows someone who does.

Author-illustrator Ken Brown pairs vivid, realistic watercolors with an inventive plot, engaging sequencing and repetition and to tell a charming circular story packed with relatable themes of friendship, bartering, and problem solving. An ideal storytime choice for autumn and harvest themes.

Also available from Ken Brown:
What's the Time, Grandma Wolf?

Awards:

Children's Literature Choice List (Picture Books, Ages 4-8) ―Children's Literature
Best Bets for the Classroom (Picture Books) ―Virginia Center for Children's Books
Nevada Young Readers' Award (Nominee, Picture Books) ―Nevada Library Association

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