"Read it Yourself" is a learning to read series of classic, traditional stories with four levels of difficulty to suit the stage your child is at with reading. Written in a simple way for young readers, they will build their confidence in learning to read as they progress through each level. Familiar fairytales and exciting stories will amuse children and encourage them to progress further with this series and become confident readers. Each book in the Read it yourself with Ladybird series is carefully structured to include many everyday words that are vital for first reading/beginner readers. They also contain clear, beautiful pictures for extra support and interest. Extra puzzle questions at the end of each book further help with comprehension. This Read it yourself version of "Chicken Licken" is a level 2 title and so suitable for children who can read short, simple sentences with help. The story is told simply, with frequent repetition of the main story words and phrases. Trust Ladybird to help your child learn to read and become a confident reader.
Based on the traditional fairy tale "Chicken Licken", this vibrantly illustrated story is sure to become a favourite in every home. Chicken Licken thinks the sky is falling down, so he sets off to tell the king. What will happen to him and his friends Henny Penny, Turkey Lurkey and Goosey Loosey? Part of the Ladybird "First Favourite Tales" series - a perfect introduction to fairy tales for preschoolers - this hardback book contains lots of funny rhythm and rhyme to delight young children. It is ideal for reading aloud and sharing with 2-4 year olds.
This beautiful hardback Ladybird edition of "Chicken Licken" is a perfect first illustrated introduction to this classic fairy tale for young readers from 3+. The tale is sensitively retold, following Chicken Licken and his friends as they go to tell the king the sky is falling down. Other exciting titles in the "Ladybird Tales" series include "The Three Billy Goats Gruff", "Cinderella", "The Three Little Pigs", "Jack and the Beanstalk", "Goldilocks and the Three Little Pigs", "The Gingerbread Man", "Hansel and Gretel", "Little Red Riding Hood", "Sleeping Beauty", "Rumpelstiltskin", "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs", "Rapunzel", "The Magic Porridge Pot", "The Enormous Turnip", "Puss in Boots", "The Elves and the Shoemaker", "The Big Pancake", "Dick Whittington", "The Princess and the Frog", "The Princess and the Pea", "The Ugly Duckling" and "The Little Red Hen". "Ladybird Tales" are based on the original Ladybird retellings, with beautiful pictures of the kind children like best - full of richness and detail. Children have always loved, and will always remember, these classic fairy tales and sharing them together is an experience to treasure. Ladybird has published fairy tales for over forty-five years, bringing the magic of traditional stories to each new generation of children.
This book is prepared based on a reasearch work to find the economic utilization and disposal of chicken skin normally not prefered by consumers. Skin makes about 10-14% of dressed weight of birds containing about 13% protein. Without its proper use its an economic loss and causing pollution to the environment. This books enatils the use of chicken skin in an Indian oil fried snack called murukku. The use of skin was tried either as raw minced or as cooked & powdered in the standard recipe of the product. The products found to be well acceptable and stable at room temperature upto Based on the findings of the study it was concluded that: 1. The recipe and procedure for preparing murukku was standardized for incorporation of chicken skin. 2. The raw and powdered chicken skin were found to be equally suitable for incorporation in murukku. However, powder is more suitable for much higher level of incorporation. 3. Among the levels studied, 10% raw chicken skin was found to be optimum in terms of physicochemical and sensory quality. 4. In case of skin powder, up to 7.5% level could be incorporated without affecting quality with higher protein content. 5. Two products selected f
A man fell from a very tall building. Why didn’t he die? Why did a dead woman have a frozen chicken under her hat? What fell out of an old man’s ear, and why did everybody laugh? And how did a cow fly? Find the answers in these strange stories.
A collection of classic stories featuring a host of much-loved animal characters in a beautifully illustrated story book, perfect for sharing with children at bedtime. How did the elephant get its trunk? Can three little pigs escape from the big, bad wolf? And is the sky really falling on Chicken Licken? Includes well-known folktales from around the world. Retold by Susanna Davidson and Katie Daynes.
Frances is a fussy eater. In fact, the only thing she likes is bread and jam. She won't touch her squishy soft-boiled egg. She trades away her chicken-salad sandwich at lunch. She turns up her nose at boring veal cutlets. Unless Mother can come up with a plan, Frances just might go on eating bread and jam forever!