Bear and Chicken

Bear and Chicken Humor a surprise ending and an unlikely friendship make Bear and Chicken fall into the ranks with Mo Willems and Dev Petty and the soup recipe at the end will inspire young chefs to get into the ki

  • Title: Bear and Chicken
  • Author: Jannie Ho
  • ISBN: 9780762462667
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Humor, a surprise ending, and an unlikely friendship make Bear and Chicken fall into the ranks with Mo Willems and Dev Petty, and the soup recipe at the end will inspire young chefs to get into the kitchen and cook When Bear finds a chicken frozen in the winter snow, he brings it home to try to defrost it As Chicken thaws um, awakens he fears that Bear is actually preppiHumor, a surprise ending, and an unlikely friendship make Bear and Chicken fall into the ranks with Mo Willems and Dev Petty, and the soup recipe at the end will inspire young chefs to get into the kitchen and cook When Bear finds a chicken frozen in the winter snow, he brings it home to try to defrost it As Chicken thaws um, awakens he fears that Bear is actually prepping to eat him Oh no All signs are pointing to a fateful end for Chicken being wrapped like a burrito, chopped basil and veggies sitting on the counter, the huge pot on the stove that s just the right size for a chicken to fit inside.It s almost time for lunch, so Chicken makes a run for it But in the end, Chicken learns that perhaps he too quickly jumped to conclusions This funny and clever friendship tale teaches kids that things are not always as they seem, while learning a thing or two about making soup with a friend

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    398 thoughts on “Bear and Chicken”

    1. Our family takes soup very seriously, and so does Bear! One day, Bear discovers a chicken frozen in the snow. "How does one defrost a chicken?" thought Bear. Debut author & illustrator Jannie Ho had us cracking up as we fell in love with Bear and Chicken. Poor chicken, wrapped up like a burrito, jumps to the wrong conclusions about her soup-stirring rescuer. Or does she? As bear consults his cookbook, boils water, and chops basil, chicken simmers with suspicion. Will Chicken end up in Bear's [...]


    2. This would be a delight to read to a kindergarten class--the suspense for the poor chicken would play very well with this age group.



    3. This is a new bedtime story favorite for my 6 year old daughter! The story is just dark enough to be a little shocking, but no worries, there is a sweet ending. The vivid and super cute illustrations make it even better, and I really adore the different sizes and fonts for the words BEAR and CHICKEN. Little design elements like this heighten the reading experience and provide great guidance for children as they attempt to read along. I can't wait to share this at school - I guarantee that kids w [...]


    4. Bearsars eat everything, they are ferocious, they are carnivorous, they have cookbooks! So when chicken is found frozen in the woods and taken to bear's house, what is a reader, and a chicken supposed to think?!?! A story that is wonderfully illustrated, with details to explore, and just the right elements in the "frame" to keep that poor chicken, and readers, thinking that what we think we know about bears is true. With an ending I would ask any group of readers to scream out "Plot Twist"! and [...]


    5. This book goes deep into profiling and stereotyping people before you get to know them properly. Snap judgements are a real problem in our society and no one knows that better than bears. We're quick to peg bears as vicious animals but really they're all sweethearts that want to make soup for cold chickens. And what thanks do they get in return? Stereotypes. Sure, there are SOME bears out there that would eat a chicken--but not all bears! Pinning expectations on an entire group because of your p [...]


    6. This made me apprehensive while I was reading it ("They wouldn't really have the Bear eat the Chicken would they?" was running through my head the entire time I was reading this, but hey! you read a Mo Willems book, and you never know!), and I think it may have changed how this book turned out for me. I nervously enjoyed how it played with its words, saying things like "simmered in suspicion." There was a lot of strong verb use here. Yeah!


    7. This is such a funny take on mistaken identities and assuming you know someone before you really get to know them. And the set up of the problem: "How does one defrost a chicken?" made me literally LOL. Ho's facial expressions on both Bear and Chicken are fantastic too, and tell a story all on their own!


    8. Bear and Chicken has all the classic ingredients, cooked with just the right touch of sweetness, darkness, humor, and simmering suspense. My kids loved the (totally age appropriate!) scary bits and enjoyed guessing Bear's plot towards the end. A great book for family or school and a really fun read-aloud.


    9. This is how you build suspense in children’s books! The kids were so worried and I laughed at every page. In the end, there was a great (if predictable) little lesson. And there were so many fun things to notice in the pictures.


    10. Better than chicken soup for the soul is a book about bear and chicken friendship. The delightful tale starts as mix of misunderstanding but a pinch of kindness, concern and a special ingredient whips up masterpiece of a dish.


    11. Very cute picture book! Especially if you need a laugh on a cold winter's day! Click here to place a hold on this book in the library catalog


    12. The story of a bear who finds a chicken frozen in the snow and means well when he brings it home to warm up, but from the chicken's perspective nothing could be scarier. A fun book that plays with expectations and is a perfect storytime read. Ho's illustrations are adorable.


    13. Delicious read! When Chicken is half-frozen in the snow Bear brings her into his house to warm up. Chicken doesn't know what to think – is Bear friendly or just hungry? A funny tale of apprehension and assumption with delightful and emotive illustrations.


    14. So cute! Chicken simmers in suspicion while Bear makes soup to share with his newly defrosted friend. Bright kid-friendly illustrations accompany the nicely paced text. A recipe for vegetable soup and note about black bears are included.


    15. A cute story about a chicken who thinks it's going to be made into chicken soup by the bear who rescues it from the cold. A great story about identifying and overcoming misconceptions and stereotypes.


    16. Adorable, right down to Bear's soup recipe at the end, which little chefs can enjoy making with their parents. I also appreciated the author's brief note on black bears, which may inspire readers to seek out more factual info. on the topic.


    17. ACK!!! I love this so much!!!! It's so cute and funny. The chicken's expressions throughout the story especially make it particularly enjoyable. Such a big misunderstanding. And at the end there is a nice, simple recipe for soup.


    18. The cutest misunderstanding is at the center of this warm, cozy story of Bear and Chicken and yummy soup. The illustrations are so engaging!



    19. I love the way Chicken misunderstands Bear's cooking intentions. Well, Chicken was found frozen in the snow and Bear had to figure out how to defrost him! Cute!






    20. This is a cute and a clever story that both children and their adult readers will enjoy reading again and again.




    21. Adorable book about making friends and making soup; and as expected, the bear is against type. Great for vegetarian children.


    22. I love the bright illustrations, the woodsy feel, and the gentle humor of BEAR AND CHICKEN! A fun bedtime read for young kids.


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