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Chicken Sisters, The

Chicken Sisters, The:
1 Paperback/1 CD (see all formats)

Author: Laura Numeroff   Illustrator: Sharleen Collicott   Narrator: Barbara Rosenblat
ISBN: 9781591123101
Length:  9 Min 11 Sec
Release Date: 3/30/2002
Reading Level: 3.3
Grades: Pre – 2

Chicken Sisters 1 PB/1 CD
ISBN: 9781591123101
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Chicken Sisters 1 HC/1 CD
ISBN: 9781591125334
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Chicken Sisters 4 PB/1 CD
ISBN: 9781591125327
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Chicken Sisters CD
ISBN: 9781591123095
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Description
"...Another silly story by Laura Numeroff is brought to life with the slow, easy pace and wonderfully diverse voices of Barbara Rosenblat. Over soft clucking sounds in the background, Rosenblat gives each character a distinct, identifying voice." - AudioFile Magazine

Reviews

Review by: AudioFile Magazine - December 15, 2002
"One of the joys of fall is the release of a wonderful crop of new audiobooks. All four of these selections from Live Oak Media are extremely well done--clear sound, appropriate music that enhances the telling but never becomes the focus, and perfectly cast narrators. In SAVING SWEETNESS, Tom Bodett provides just the right long, slow drawl for this Old West sheriff--not too bright but with a good heart. Bodett's fairly flat narration promotes visions of vast open desert and a slow, easygoing lifestyle. William Dufris, narrating Simont's THE STRAY DOG, also reads at a slow pace, allowing young readers time to take in the illustrations. In a story with little text, Dufris manages to convey the varied emotions the family goes through as they find, lose, then recover a charming stray dog; Dufris imbues the story with warmth and joy to accompany the exuberant illustrations. THE CHICKEN SISTERS, another silly story by Laura Numeroff, is brought to life with the slow, easy pace and wonderfully diverse voices of Barbara Rosenblat. Over soft clucking sounds in the background, Rosenblat gives each character a distinct, identifying voice. Over half the pages of THE JOURNEY have no text. Classical music pieces, perfectly suited to Hannah's moods and environment, enhance the story. Narrator Daisy Egan delightfully juxtaposes spunky Hannah's two very different worlds--her breathless excitement amid the crazy, lonely bustle of the city and her homesickness for the peaceful, supportive community of home. A wonderful choice for a one-on-one book or an independent reader, with many layers to consider for older readers."



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