Best Baby & Toddler Books About Chickens

6 Baby & Toddler Books About Chickens

Updated Jan. 19, 2019
Dinnertime for Chickies book
#1
Dinnertime for Chickies
Written and illustrated by Janee Trasler
board book
Recommend Ages: 1-3

Wash your wings, and take a seat. What will these tiny chickies eat? With the help of Cow, Pig, and Sheep, soon the chickies learn to cheep, "Pass the carrots. Pass the peas. Pass those yummy broccolis!" With engaging rhymes, endearing illustrations, and a soft padded cover, this book is perfect for babies and toddlers to enjoy, especially those picky chickies.

Dance book
#2
Dance
Written and illustrated by Matthew Van Fleet
board book
Recommend Ages: 0-3

From the #1 New York Times bestselling children’s book creator Matthew Van Fleet comes a laugh-out-loud, jazzy story of a little baby chick who learns how to dance from a friendly band of animals who know all the right moves! Shake, shake, shake, shimmy, shimmy, shake! You can dance! Young readers will delight in the charming art, jazzy text, and in pulling the five sturdy pull tabs to make the different animals bounce, shake and bop as they dance to the Hippoppta Hula, Gator Mashed Patater, and more! Listen and dance to the song at VanFleetBooks.com. Get your dancing feet ready!

Peep and Egg: I'm Not Hatching book
#3
Peep and Egg: I'm Not Hatching
Written by Laura Gehl, Joyce Wan and illustrated by Joyce Wan
board book
Recommend Ages: 2-6

Peep cannot wait for Egg to hatch so they can have fun together, but Egg is not quite ready.

Peekaboo! on the Farm! book
#4
Peekaboo! on the Farm!
Written and illustrated by Cocoretto
board book
Recommend Ages: 0-3

Peekaboo! Who's hiding on the farm? Lift the flap to find out! Perfect for guessing, prediction and memory skills – and simply joining in!

The Chicks in the Barn book
#5
The Chicks in the Barn
Written by Aly Fronis and illustrated by Jannie Ho
board book
Recommend Ages: 2-5

Get ready to make some animal noises in this fun, farmyard-themed twist on the classic nursery rhyme "The Wheels on the Bus"! The chicks in the barn go cheep cheep cheep, cheep cheep cheep, cheep cheep cheep. The chicks in the barn go cheep cheep cheep, all through the farm. The farm sure is a noisy place! It's filled with cheeping chicks, oinking pigs, neighing horses, bleating sheep, mooing cows, hooting owls, and sqeaking mice! Little ones will love this springtime twist on the song "The Wheels on the Bus"!

Tough Chicks book
#6
Tough Chicks
Written by Cece Meng and illustrated by Melissa Suber
board book
Recommend Ages: 0-3

From the moment Penny, Polly, and Molly hatch from their eggs, the whole farm knows they are truly tough chicks. They wrestle worms, rope roosters, and are often found under the hood of the tractor. All the other animals and even the farmer himself tell Mama Hen to make her chicks good. "They are good!" Mama Hen replies. But her chicks are different. They're tough and smart and strong in a good way.

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