1 edition of Chicken Little found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
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A Description of a Remarkable Vision, Seen by Thomas Webster, ... on the 7th of August, 1794, ... in Bermondsey Church-Yard, Accompanied with an Exact ... Humphrey Tindal, ... as Printed by I. M 1642
Chicken Little likes playing baseball.
There's also "Today is a new day". - We are going to the lion to tell him about it. An "oration" delivered to the city of Boston on1844, contains the passage: To hear their harangues on the eve of the election, one would suppose that the fable of Chicken Little was about to become a truth, and that the sky was actually falling.
It's a major plot point. She's neither a hero, tho. Just as they are cornered, Chicken Little Chicken Little to ring the bell to warn everyone. " Chicken Little and her feathered friends are all aflutter when she gets a mysterious bump on the head. Saving the day takes an arsenal of gadgets, friends and hero power! Chicken Little always had an answer for everything and so she thought for a while and came to a conclusion that the sky must be falling down.
This is Chicken Little Story. It appeared among Chicken Little "Fireside Nursery Stories" and was titled "The hen and her fellow travellers". My 15 year old son laughed so hard he couldn't stop coughing!
: "In the words of an infantile philosopher, 'Chicken Little', how can he help knowing it?
: Chicken Little has a habit of creating more than a few disastrous situations, some intentional, some not.