Tyrannosaurus Rex wants breakfast He stomps and he roars and he gnashes his teeth and he scares all the other dinosaurs right out of the forest Only Edna, the very first chicken, is unafraid She won t let that bully T rex push her around But will Edna s mighty beak and terrible flapping wings be a match for T rex s mighty claws and terrible jaws This hilarious tale of bravery will have readers clucking in triumph Jed Henry s charming illustrations accompany Douglas Rees upROARious tale....
|Title||:||Tyrannosaurus Rex vs. Edna the Very First Chicken|
|Publisher||:||Henry Holt and Co BYR September 26, 2017|
|Number of Pages||:||40 pages|
|File Size||:||568 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Tyrannosaurus Rex vs. Edna the Very First Chicken Reviews
I bought this for my niece and her baby, she said it was super cute, and great that it lets the kids know that even though you are little, your still strong and powerful
My 4 year old granddaughter loves this book! Edna is so relatable to girls and boys alike. She may be little but she's tough in other ways than size. Very cute story.
This book is hilarious. My chicken-obsessed boy loves it.
Great book that kids love! It's really funny witnessing Edna take on the terrible Rex! Great job Mr. Rees!
As we all know, Tyrannosaurus Rex’s are quite fierce, but did you also know that chickens are brave and resourceful? Our story begins with a T-Rex stomping through the forest in search of his breakfast. All of the other dinosaurs run for cover, but Edna, a small and adorable chicken, stands her ground. When the T-Rex threatens her with his sharp teeth and claws, Edna retorts, “Beware my mighty beak and terrible flapping wings.” The two go eye-to-eye with the T-Rex gobbling Edna up in one bite. True to Edna’s word, she uses her sharp beak and wings to cause havoc inside the dinosaur’s mouth. After filling his mouth with feathers, the T-Rex sneezes Edna out. She proceeds to chase him out of the forest, “which is why today there are no Tyrannosaurus Rexes but plenty of chickens.”
My 7 year old son howled with laughter when we read this, and asked for it again and again. Illustrations are very cute and funny too.
My 2 year old, 4 year old, and I absolutely love this story. It is a PERFECT read-aloud story.