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  • Paperback
  • 46 pages
  • Barn Party
  • Claire O'Brien
  • English
  • 28 August 2018
  • 0753458543

Barn Party The Chicken Sisters Are Planning A Party And Invite All The Barnyard Animals But Mean Old Rooster Thinks That Only Neat, Clean Animals Should Be Allowed To Attend It S Up To Muddy Pig, Sloppy Cow, And Messy Goat To Teach Rooster A Lesson And Save The Party


About the Author: Claire O'Brien

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10 thoughts on “Barn Party

  1. says:

    The Chicken Sisters decided to throw a barn party, so they made a poster clearly inviting ALL the animals to the event They assigned the egotistical Cockerel the task of displaying the invitation poster in a prominent position where it would be clearly visible to all the animals and that he did however when it dawns on the Chicken Sisters that not one of the animals had even commented on the upcoming party, they are concerned that something is not quite right They soon allay each other s fe The Chicken Sisters decided to throw a barn party, so they made a poster clearly inviting ALL the animals to the event They assigned the egotistical Cockerel the task of displaying the invitation poster in a prominent position where it would be clearly visible to all the animals and that he did however when it dawns on the Chicken Sisters that not one of the animals had even commented on the upcoming party, they are concerned that something is not quite right They soon allay each other s fears in concluding that the reason for the animals apparent lack of interest must be that they are busy getting ready for the event A little later they come upon their invitation poster and notice that their message had been altered Cockerel had replaced all welcome with by invitation only Of course, in keeping with this new criterion, the haughty Cockerel set about personally un inviting each animal and as justification for his decision, cited their natural characteristics as grounds of their ineligibility to attend the party Cockerel had not wanted to be in the company of any creature which was not as splendid and magnificent as himself He arrived at the party in all his splendour, but before long, the animals had transformed Cockerel into the epitome of all the flaws by which he had categorised and ostracised them This is a simple yet very effective illustration of the folly and blindness of egotism and superciliousness and the impacts of behaviour driven by these O Brien has artfully used a farm setting to tell a meaningful, moral rich story about diversity in child friendly terms Key messages include accept others for who they are by nature we are ALL flawed regardless of how pristine we may look haughtiness often leads to loneliness and at is wrong to usurp another person s bonafide activity and use it as a vehicle for imposing one s own unsavoury actions One of the I am Reading series, this book boasts an unintimidating font size, double spaced lines, and simple, childlike, expressive colour illustrations that will enable young readers to sense the moods and emotions addressed Serious content, delicately yet effectively presented

  2. says:

    This was almost a good book Rooster snubs the other animals on the farm and won t invite them to a party because they are not clean and neat The part I don t like is that then the animals take revenge on rooster and make him dirty The animals throw their own party and rooster is invited, and of course everything ends fine.

  3. says:

    A great story for kids to read.

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