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ONE HUNDRED EGGS FOR HENRIETTA BY SALLY HUSS: BOOK REVIEW

by Andra W, April 14, 2017

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4 star

Title: One Hundred Eggs for Henrietta

By:   Sally Huss

ISBN:     069240015X

Author’s Website: http://www.sallyhuss.com

Brought to you by OBS reviewer Andra                  

Summary: One Hundred Eggs for Henrietta

Easter is not Easter without Eggs! That’s what Henrietta believes and what she’s expected to provide when 100 children are invited to Farmer Johnson’s big Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday. How Henrietta connives to collect, dye, and hide these eggs is her task. Involving every able-bodied bird on the farm to reach her quota is her mission. Birds of a feather must stick together, she believes. Even with their efforts she is still one egg short. Who will provide it? You’ll have to read the book to find out.

 

Review:

One Hundred Eggs for Henrietta, is a delightful children’s book suitable for early readers or being read to by an adult.  The pictures were colourful and fun.  The message in the story was one of teamwork, co-operation and sharing.  One that should never be lost and never too early to tell children about.

I don’t know what the print version of the book is like, but I read it on my tablet and the graphics displayed very nicely.  

A wonderful little addition for the budding reader’s collection!

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