Henrietta Hen thought highly of herself. Not only did she consider herself a speckled beauty (her own words) but she had a rather grand opinion of her own ways, her own ideas-even of her own belongings. When she pulled a fat worm-or a grub-out of the ground she did it with an air of pride; and she was almost sure to say, There! I'd like to see anybody else find a bigger one than that!. A delightful book with brief chapters that are ideal for bedtime reading. Recommended by The Gunston Trust for Nonviolence in Children's Literature. Ages 3-7.
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