Review of Cranky Chicken

Posted October 5, 2021 by Stormi in Misc. / 0 Comments

Review of Cranky Chicken

I received this book for free from Publicist, Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Cranky Chicken by Katherine Battersby
Genres: Graphic Novel, picture book
Published by Margaret K. McElderry Books on September 7, 2021
Pages: 116
Format: ARC
Source: Publicist, Publisher

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Narwhal and Jelly meet The Bad Guys in this heartwarming, brightly illustrated, and downright hilarious chapter book about what happens when a very cranky chicken is befriended by a very cheerful worm.
Cranky Chicken is, well, cranky. With one cranky eyebrow, cranky eyes, and even cranky, scratchy feet. But then one day, Cranky meets a very friendly worm named Speedy who wants nothing more than to be friends. Young readers will love seeing the mismatched friendship grow over the course of three charming and laugh-out-loud short adventures as Chicken and Speedy become BFFs (Best Feathered Friends) and Speedy shows Chicken how to look on the bright side.

Here is what I thought

This is a cute little children’s book that feels like it’s part picture book, part graphic novel as it’s 116 pages. It’s about Cranky chicken who was just minding his own business and being cranky, when he meets Happy worm who decides he wants to be friends with the cranky chicken. During their time together the worm decides they will be best feathered friends (even though the worm has no feathers…lol). Happy worm teaches Cranky chicken how to look on the bright side of things and be happy.

The illustrations are simple but done very well and a few of them even made me chuckle.

I would recommend this to anyone who has little readers in their lives.

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