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Reviewed by Kristine Zimmerman for Readers' Favorite
Deborah Stevenson's Chicken and Egg are back in a new amusing tale Why Did Chicken Cross the Road? In this second of the Chicken and Egg Book series, Chicken and Egg have finished their last errand, which was picking up some antibiotics. As they debate how the word 'antibiotic' should be pronounced, Chicken crosses the road. Egg asks him why. Chicken is stumped! He doesn't know why, so they decide to retrace their steps. They start back at the barn and return to all the places they visited. Each time, they have a discussion or interaction that goes on "for a ridiculously long time". They finally arrive back at the street corner, and the answer to their question turns up right in front of them! So why did the chicken cross the road?
Why Did Chicken Cross the Road? will keep kids and adults laughing the whole way through. Deborah Stevenson has created a fun pair of friends who disagree, get into all sorts of adventures but stick together through it all. The illustrations by David Stedmond are perfect. The expressions that Chicken and Egg display add to the humor of the story. Kids will enjoy listening to the antics of Chicken and Egg. As a former children's librarian, I love when a story has a repeated phrase that kids can chime in with as the story is read aloud. Fans of the first Chicken and Egg book will be excited to see their return. This is a witty story that is sure to please!