Chicken Lily

Chicken Lily Chicken Lily may be a lot of things a careful colorer a patient puzzler and a quiet hide and seeker she never made a peep but brave has never been one of them That s why when a school wide poetry j

Chicken Lily may be a lot of things a careful colorer, a patient puzzler, and a quiet hide and seeker she never made a peep but brave has never been one of them That s why, when a school wide poetry jam is announced in class, Lily is terrified Will she sound like a bird brain Although Lily s friends Baabette and Pigsley try to encourage her, Lily feels like a rottenChicken Lily may be a lot of things a careful colorer, a patient puzzler, and a quiet hide and seeker she never made a peep but brave has never been one of them That s why, when a school wide poetry jam is announced in class, Lily is terrified Will she sound like a bird brain Although Lily s friends Baabette and Pigsley try to encourage her, Lily feels like a rotten egg Finally, Lily realizes that she must put her best claw forward and prove that even chickens aren t chicken all the time.

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Chicken Lily

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  1. This is a cute book Lily reminds me of me when I was little other than the being afraid of going on stage Using for a display for Chicken Month in September


  2. Shy chick Lily is truly a chicken about trying new things and is especially unhappy about the upcoming poetry slam With clever humor, Lily realistically struggles to overcome her fear Young readers will enjoy the humorous wordplay and the encouraging message about bravery.



  3. Chicken Lily is a elementary age chicken who enjoys life but is on the timid side Lily s friends encourage her to become engaged in life, but she always questions what if Lily s teacher announces a school poetry read All Lily s friends are excited to compose and read aloud poetry Not Lily Lily writes a list of reason why she cannot participate in the poetry read Lily s teacher doesn t argue with her, only finding potential in her writing Lily writes a poem and reads it out loud in the poetry re [...]


  4. What s better than puns or chickens Chickens AND puns Also a good message about not being afraid to try something new And the little ladybug in all of the illustrations is everything 3



  5. A sweet and endearing story that makes you want to cheer along with Lily and her family and friends My children love looking at the character names and re reading to see what each of them is doing throughout the story And spotting Lily s little ladybug friend The ending is perfect


  6. nice story about putting aside your fears, at least for a little bit Fun to see all the chicken cliches, wonder if the intended readers will recognize and enjoy them




  7. Chicken Lily is about a little chicken who is afraid to come out of her shell and read poetry in front of her class She did not like adventure and chose to live life carefully in her own shell One day at school, the teacher posted about a poetry slam that would be taking place where everyone in the class would take turns reading a poem that they had come up with themselves Lily was so nervous about her poem that is was all she could think about She decided to go to her teacher and tell her that [...]


  8. Lily was a lot of things She was super careful when she colored And super good and putting together puzzles And super quiet when she played hide and seek She was also a little chicken.Hey I m not being mean That s Lily at the center of the cover.The problem was that she was also afraid to try new things from new foods to riding without her training wheels And then Miss Lop put up a poster The class was going to participate in a poetry slam The entire class.Lily tried to come up with excuses but [...]


  9. Filled with word play and a character whose experiences will speak to young readers, this picture book shows how one animal faces her fears Although Lily does many things quite well, she is a bit of a, well, a chicken and is reluctant to take many risks Not only does she ride her bike with training wheels, never volunteers answers in class or tries eating any unfamiliar foods, but she is nervous about public speaking Undoubtedly, most youngsters have had to deal with at least one of these fears [...]


  10. Careful, patient and shy Chicken Lily is good at a lot of things, like coloring, putting puzzles together and playing hide and seek But when it comes to taking chances, like trying new foods or raising her hand in class, Chicken Lily is a chicken So when her teacher, Mrs Lop announces a whole class poetry jam, Chicken Lily starts making excuses to get out of it However, with patience and kindness from Mrs Lop and poetic encouragement from her friends, Chicken Lily faces her fears and becomes a l [...]


  11. A charming book about being too chicken to do something, but finding strength and courage to overcome your fears and conquer all, or the poetry jam, is exactly what the librarian ordered This was an absolutely wonderful book that has the ability to inspire all children who read, or listen, to it This book shows that it is okay to be afraid, or uncertain, and that overcoming that fear makes you realize what you were missing out on and how great you feel for trying I also appreciated how the chara [...]


  12. We ve all been Lily at some time, wanting to be a part of something yet feeling just too overwhelmed to do it Lori Mortensen s story is delightful and sweet, and helps to explore how being chicken is a little complicated than folks think With optimism and support from her friends, Lily powers through and conquers her performance hurdle Nina Crittenden s illustrations are charming and sincere, with a few chicken idioms that kids will definitely recognize Lots of sweet animal characters and delic [...]


  13. Lily is not only shy, but very cautious When she finds out her class will be reading their poems aloud, she becomes scared of what other s will think of her work While all her friends write their poems, and encourage her, she frets and thinks about what could happen Then one night she sits down and write her poem, and find she really enjoys poetry She reads her poem aloud, and her class enjoys it as well Lily is still curious, but a little braver about trying new things by the end of the book.


  14. Chicken Lily knows what she knows, is good at what she s good at, and feels comfortable as long as her teacher and classmates don t try to push her to try new things When participation in the Poetry Slam is not optional, Lily needs to face her choices, make up a good enough excuse to convince her teacher to allow her to miss the Slam, or take a risk Young readers will find themselves cheering Lily, asking her to not be chicken, and to use what she s good at to take a risk.


  15. Chicken Lily is a book about bravery and testing your limits Lily is brave about some things but not speaking in front of others but she spreads her wings when each student is required to participate in a Poetry Slam Contest and recite an original poem in front of an audience Sweet illustrations and catchy text make this a fun read.







  16. Courage and poetry are difficult to conquer when you are a chicken But with a bit of encouragement from those who love and care about her, Lily can conquer just about anything, even training wheels


  17. Lily the chicken is afraid to take chances but when she s forced to participate in the poetry jam at school will things change Length makes it one on one or preschool Loved the courage themes.


  18. Poem s about a chicken named Lily who is scared to try new things I could use this to teach students that they shouldn t be scared to try new things.




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