This fun, relatable story has charming illustrations, heart-warming, and adorable characters is perfect for school or home settings.
A mother hen named Amber faces challenges in finding the safest place to lay her eggs. The scariest encounter led her to the best place to lay her eggs. After her chicks were hatched, she teaches them how to behave and live. One of the chicks disbelieves her and disobeys. As the chick realizes his mistake, he apologizes to his mother, resulting in a spontaneous and joyous reunion for the whole family.
Hardback: 8.5" X 11"
"Amber and Her Chicks is a brightly illustrated story about a mother hen and her love for her family. This charming story discusses maternal love and the importance of obedience." Dawn Kenton, Religious Education Teacher
"Amber and Her Chicks by Ada Onwukeme, is a relatable story with fantastic illustrations. The theme of God and obeying parents shine through this cute story about a mother hen and her chicks. One of the chicks learns a lesson the hard way, almost losing his life! Ada, includes some great lessons and a glossary, as well. A perfect book for a school or home setting." Krista Neal, Teacher
"Amber and Her Chicks intoduces children to the importance of following instructions that they can relate and grasp. Adorable characters and gentle-humorous style introduces early readers to the importance of obedience. Ada Onwukeme, zeros in on the subtle and self-deceptive powers of disobedience. The simple story and illustrations not only teach the days of the week, colors, farm animals but much more. Teachers striving for creative ways to teach basic concepts will find it helpful to also teach the importance of following instruction. This heart-warming story introduces children to the importance of caring for others in trouble even when they disobey or disappoint us." Lisa Horowitz, President, Mindstar Enterprises, LLC