Rosie’s Walk by Pat Hutchins, is one of the Reading Kingdom’s recommended reading for kids. Reading expert and Reading Kingdom creator, Dr. Marion Blank explains why:
Rosie’s Walk is a book that relies on pictures and offers few words. In it, a rather clueless chicken, Rosie, goes out for a walk. Unbeknownst to her, a fox is following her every move. However, every attempt he makes to capture Rosie fails because she unwittingly does something to put him out of commission. Without ever becoming aware that she was in danger, Rosie returns to the chicken coop. This delightful book is appropriate for children in the preschool age and for beginning readers.
Have your children read Rosie’s Walk? What did they think of the book?
Rosie’s Walk sits on the shelf of the Reading Kingdom’s “Reading for Kids.” Have a book you think belongs on our shelf? Let us know in the comments below.