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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Let's meet Chicken Lips, the most energetic calf the farmer had ever seen in the story Chicken Lips by Kristy Hamby. He liked swinging his head back and forth so that the bell around his neck chimed and loved doing giant belly-flops into the pond. All the other cows laughed at his name Chicken Lips. He decided to find out why he had such a weird name. He stopped first at the big green barn and asked Lazy Lenny why he was named Chicken Lips. Lenny told him he did not know but he knew why the farmer named him Lazy Lenny. Next, he went to Fluffy, the wise old sheep, who also did not know why the farmer named him Chicken Lips. He went to other animals on the farm, trying to find out why he was named Chicken Lips. Would he ever find out why the farmer had named him Chicken Lips?
Chicken Lips by Kristy Hamby is adorable and Marianella Aguirre makes it captivating and even more delightful with her wonderful illustrations that breathe life into the characters and the story. The book will encourage all young readers to be themselves and also introduces them to farm animals in a fascinating way. It is interesting to note the manner in which the author has portrayed the farm animals, giving them each individuality and a personality of their own, which makes them real, relatable, and memorable. It is a good book for parents and tutors to use for storytelling sessions because of the concept and the learning experience children can get from it.