Book Review: Chooky-Doodle-Doo by Jan Whiten

Jan Whiten spent her early years at a tiny rural school with one room and one teacher for all grades. Her love of reading children's books led her to write her own stories, and Chooky-Doodle-Doo is her first book. She currently lives in Australia.

When one big-eyed chick fails to yank its prize worm from the ground, it's time to bring in a friend - and then another, and another. But if adding a rooster to the crew still doesn't do the trick, could it be that a worm isn't always what it seems? Each page brings a new number and a new rhyme in this delightful debut from both author and illustrator.

The cover drew us readers in as it's colorful and we want to know if the birds were successful on pulling the worm. The rest of the book is slow and there is not much to it. The rhymes in the story is nice and I really enjoyed how it counts in the story. I wish there was more content to the story and I know my kids would have liked it if it had more content. I recommend this book to toddlers and below.


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