Cook-A-Doodle-Doo! by Stevens Crummel
Illustrated by Janet Stevens
Published in 1999
Retelling and/or Sequel to The Little Red Hen.
Not a series.
5 out of 5
Ease of Reading Text: 5 out of 5
Illustrations: 5 out of 5
Plot: 5 out of 5
The Rooster is tired of eating the same thing every single day, so he gets the idea to be like his grandmother, the Little Red Hen, and cook something. However, will no one help him cook it?
Okay, I’m going to call this a sequel to The Little Red Hen, even though it really isn’t because it only mentions it only a little bit. Though, I guess it could also be considered a retelling. Oh, well, I’m going to call it a retelling/sequel. xD
Anyways, it has the same basic outline as The Little Red Hen, but it has a couple of differences. I’ll just let you read it, so you can find them out yourself. However, I think it has more comedy and humor than in The Little Red Hen. I also liked how there were cooking tips on the side of the story. I loved the twists the author put on the story, and the personalities of the characters. :)
The illustrations were kind of good since they reminded me of how they were like when I was a kid. It was also very easy to see/read the text. :D
Overall, I like this retelling/sequel of The Little Red Hen. Go ahead and go read it to your children.
Where I Got It:
Won in a drawing from my library, and I still own a copy.
Challenges Apart Of:
Not planning to re-read.
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