Chickie and the Great Barnyard Benefit by Bee Urabazo.
Join the entire crew of Stagecoach Lane in their plan to raise seed for stranded songbird strangers. Chickie, the lost baby chick, is the first to volunteer to help. Will Derek, the critical lamb allow him to perform in the show?
How will the show go on when Solange Finch, the French ballerina bird suffers from stage fright?
Will the battling mime pigeons stop fighting long enough to perform?
If the Great Barnyard Benefit succeeds, what will happen next?
Don’t miss out on the adventure! Come along for the ride as they all strive to make The Great Barnyard Benefit a success!
This is your invitation to join the entire crew from Stagecoach Lane in this uplifting journey as they all work together to produce one enchanted evening known as, The Great Barnyard Benefit.
Review by Author Deanie Humphrys-Dunne: Rating: 5 out of 5.
Chickie and the Great Barnyard Benefit is an adorable tale you won’t want to miss. When a baby chick named Chickie finds a home on Stagecoach Lane, he meets some new animal friends. Chickie’s friends suffer during a big storm so they plan a benefit show to help the victims. What happens when nasty Derek Lambcelot acts like he’s the only one who has talent? What if the talent show is a failure? Chickie wants to perform in the show, but will he be laughed off the stage?
I loved the story itself and the beautiful ending. The illustrations were beautiful and there is plenty of suspense throughout the book.
This is a wonderful tale for parents and families. Children will adore it and they will benefit from learning about developing your talents, coping with varied personalities, and overcoming obstacles. I give it my highest recommendation.
Paperback: 124 Pages
Publisher: BookBaby; Illustrated Edition (July 15, 2019)
Deanie Humphrys-Dunne (Editor)
Martina Terzi (Illustrator)
Maddalena Carrai (Illustrator)
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About The Author: Bee Urabazo also writes poetry and screenplays under a pen name and lives in the Wild West near the foot of a blue mountain. This is Bee’s first Chickie book, but has known Chickie, Lorren, and Tony, for a very long time.
Editor Deanie Humphrys-Dunne is a Mom’s Choice Award-winning children’s book author with six published books, including, My Life At Sweetbrier: A Life Changed By Horses. Her books convey positive, character-building messages. She and Chickie and the crew became fast friends for life
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