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The Little Red Hen: An Old Fable

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A rhymed retelling of the traditional tale about the industrious little red hen and her lazy friends.
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The hen wanted to bake a cake but dog, cat, and mouse wouldn't help. He asked them quite a few times and they said no every time. Then when the cake was done they all wanted to help eat it but the hen said "I will share my cake with those of you who help when there is work to do". So they didn't get cake that time, but from then on when hen made a cake everyone helped and everyone ate the cake. ( )
  KPyfromDay | Nov 21, 2019 |
A hen receives no help from her fellow animal friends to grow wheat and bake a cake from that crop. She asks the animals to help repeatedly, but they refuse. Hen bakes the cake, but then must decide if she will share it with her lazy friends or not.[return][return]Reading Level: Primary[return]Genre: Traditional Literature
  kristi_test_01 | Sep 12, 2019 |
Compared to other versions of this fable, this version ends with the hen giving the dog, the cat, and the mouse a chance to redeem themselves. In most versions, the hen doesn't share the cake with the other animals.
I think the illustrations pair perfectly with the writing, and this is one of those stories where even if a child could not read, they could look at the illustrations and make out what the story is about.
I loved the repetition of this story, and I could see this story being a wonderful read-along with children to predict what will happen next, a well as draw main ideas as to what the story is about. ( )
  ctran1 | Oct 15, 2018 |
This version of The Little Red Hen is very similar to the popular version of the book. Although the dog, cat, and mouse don't help the hen in the beginning, they still aren't painted as bad characters. In the book, one particular section is repeated 3 times and is a essential part to the plot: "The dog said 'Not I'. The cat said 'Not I.' The mouse said 'Not I.' 'My, my,' said the hen with a sigh, 'I shall have to do it myself'". Not only is there plenty of reputation, but most of the books rhyme. All of the sentences are short and about half the book is dialogue and the other half is in words from a narrator of some sort. In this version, the wheat is used to make a cake instead of bread and the hen gives the animals another chance to help her. Other versions end the novel with the hen keeping everything to herself or sharing with her chicks and leaving the other animals with nothing. I really enjoyed this version, as it was cute, taught a lesson about earning what you work for, and giving second chances. ( )
  CharleneMartin | Mar 15, 2017 |
I love this version of the " Little Red Hen " fable. The little red hen worked so hard to grow the wheat herself without the help of her friends, and then they wanted to help her eat the cake in the end! This story used some rhyming which made for a great flow. It keeps the exact story of the little red hen fable, with a few changed to wording character. The illustrations are bright and colorful keeping the children hooked on the book. Overall, this is a great story that conveys the lesson of being helpful and kind, and that it pays off. Due to the fact that I love chickens, I will always have this book in my collection. I absolutely love this sweet old fable. ( )
  bethanygc | Sep 19, 2016 |
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