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Little Naomi, Little Chick Hardcover – September 1, 2013
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PreS-K-Children follow a parallel day in the lives of a girl and a chick in this charmingly illustrated tale. Little Naomi and Little Chick begin their day with the rooster's call but then go in very different directions. Or do they? While the child's day begins with greeting preschool friends, Little Chick also meets up with her friends, including a duck, a sheep, and a delightfully drawn mole. Little Naomi builds a tower of blocks while Little Chick creates a tower of friends, standing on one another's heads. Finger painting may be fun for Little Naomi, but Little Chick can make pictures, too, with a little mud and some unique footprints. While Little Naomi's eating, shopping, and swinging are all fine for a little girl, Little Chick can find similar things that are equally fun, including bath time at the end of the day. Then, it's bedtime and once again, Little Naomi and Little Chick share snuggles in their very own way. Sweetly illustrated in crayon and pencil, this book will appeal to parents and children as an amusing and endearing bedtime story. While the events of Little Naomi's day command the most text, Little Chick steals the story in the lovable, entertaining illustrations. A quality addition.-Carol Connor, Cincinnati Public Schools, OHα(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
Little Naomi is ready to go off to preschool but not Little Chick. Although the forlorn yellow chick realizes she is left behind, her day is equally adventuresome. Naomi’s world is full of new friends, her teachers, and playtime. Little Chick’s environment contains barnyard animals—sheep, chickens, geese, a mole, and ducks. Throughout the day, while Naomi builds with blocks, finger paints, eats lunch, naps, and returns home, Little Chick mirrors her activities with farmyard frolic. The animals build a pyramid, squish through the mud, share an earthworm, and nap together in a flowered sheet which Mrs. Sheep humorously liberates from the clothesline. Told in gentle rhymes, the busy daily activities of a young child and her barnyard counterpart are charmingly illustrated in crayon and pencil. Naomi’s red polka-dot dress and matching red sandals contrast with Chick’s bright-yellow fluff. At the end of the day, bath time for both and lullabies all around for the sleepy twosome, each comfortable in her own spot. Preschool-Kindergarten. --Lolly Gepson