When a fox steals a chicken, her friends are determined to rescue her. Rooster, Bear and Rabbit negotiate forests, climb mountains and cross the sea to get her back. But it becomes perfectly clear that chicken and fox love each other, as chicken explains most eloquently-in a book entirely without words.
A seafaring adventure! A storm! Giant turtles! Glowing slugs! A tale of excitement and surprise,Rooster’s Revenge, which follows both the acclaimed 2010 bookThe Chicken ThiefandFox and Hen Together(recently published) is sure to delight!Together with Bear and Rabbit, the disappointed Rooster is making his way home over the sea when a terrific storm hits. After running aground in the storm, the trio finds themselves in a strange cave. Rooster notices a mysterious glowing ball. What kind of a ball is it? Will it lead them to safety or to more trouble? And will the friends ever find their way home?This richly funny illustrated offering from Béatrice Rodriguez is full of enchantment. It’s also a surprising guide to mending a broken heart.Rooster’s Revengeis the third title in our Fox and Hen series and the fourth in our Stories Without Words series. Look out for our next wordless bookThe Big Seedby Arthur Geisert in spring 2012.Béatrice Rodriguezis the author ofThe Chicken Thief(2010), which was aPublishers WeeklyBest Book of the Year and aSchool Library JournalBest Book of the Year, as well as an independent bookseller favorite. Born in 1969, Béatrice received her degree from the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg. She lives in France with her family.
The sloth lives in the jungle with some excellent friends who care about him very much. When the sloth’s tree is cut down and he is taken away on a truck, his friends must do everything they can to get him home safely. He leads them on an enormous adventure, even if he is asleep the whole time.
A littlesheep shears its own wool, weaves it, and sews it,preparing it as awonderful gift packageto surprise its friend, in a colorful and creative picture book.
A group of witches fly at night on their broomsticks. Unfortunately one of them in very clumsy and always falls behind. A scarecrow, who has witnesses all of the witches mishaps, decides to help her continue on her journey. He makes a special broom for her with straw from his body in the hope that she will ride it safely and without any more trouble.