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Max's Chocolate Chicken (Max and Ruby) Paperback – February 1, 2000
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Top Customer Reviews
I asked my children if what Max did was fair. They didn't think so, but understood that simple toddler urge to get that candy chicken and gobble it down.
I plan to send a copy to my 45-year-old sister as a reminder of all the chocolate chickens we shared as kids.
This book is my kids' favorite Max and Ruby book, but they are all good, especially Bunny Cakes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book, as well as several of the Rosemary Wells books, was a staple in our home when our kids were little - we loved the humor and pictures of Max in his pursuit of the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by T. Bowen
I cannot understand how this book has merit. It does not model any of the values I want for my child. Max is disobedient and gets rewarded with chocolate. . . ?!? Read morePublished 5 months ago by A mom
Who comes up with this stuff? My 4 year old thinks it's great. I don't get it but it makes her happy.Published 17 months ago by FordCraftsmanStudios
We love most of Rosemary Wells books. This one is my daughter's favorite.Published 19 months ago by Chelle0205
Love this little book. Sent it to my grandson for Easter. Who can resist a chocolate chicken? A nice introduction to the Max and Ruby series. Read morePublished on August 14, 2014 by Kate and Jack
This book belongs in every Easter book collection. Max and chocolate go together. Rosemary Wells is always goes and this is her best.Published on May 13, 2014 by Nancy Gustafson
I've had to read this book a million times! All 3 of my sons (ages 7-3) love this book, it is one of their favorites,Published on March 14, 2014 by The Cliff
A great literary pick for preschool and early elementary-aged children. This is a fun story, that provides opportunities for predicting events.Published on October 22, 2013 by KC