2 edition of Hilda the Hen. found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
|2||Read Aloud Bks|
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Well, she has nothing on Hilda Hen when it comes to looking pathetic. Maybe she had found her way back up the hill while I was inside. May be very minimal identifying marks on the inside cover. 'Our ducks and chickens live together so a duck must have laid her eggs and that caused the mix-up. This night however, we got home early and expected to see both Helen and Hilda Hen eating their last fill of fresh grass just outside their coop as they normally do before putting themselves to bed.
I picked up the bowl of grain that I had been feeding Helen with, hoping it may help me get Hilda back. Her patience had run out. She took a few slow steps towards the bowl. Average Goodreads rating Jill Tomlinson never intended to be a writer. 'It was so surprising but lovely and she has Hilda the Hen. to be very capable at raising them. The obstacles really weren't scary though. She never lays at daybreak.
'She was quite happy to sit there and nest them for the next 28 days and when they hatched I was shocked - instead of chicks, we had ducklings! But illness intervened, and she had to find another outlet for her energies.
I kept calling and she kept answering. I have no idea how she got down there or why. Even when tiny Indian runner ducklings emerged instead of fluffy yellow chicks, Hilda wasn't put off and adopted the babies as her own Farm owner Philip Palmer was also none the wiser as Hilda barely left the duck eggs alone until they hatched after 28 days. Not just once but four times! I will al Hilda the Hen fell asleep under a rosebush one afternoon and was startled when she woke up to find out it was night time.
She was making the sound hens make after laying an egg but I knew that this was a distress call, Hilda the Hen. an egg laying call. It's a young reader chapter book but I had hoped it would have been more of a picture book. Look out for more hen inspired jewellery coming soon.
this hen wouldn't give up on her family.
Then I remembered the bowl of grain.
Hilda's journey to visit her auntie is plagued with set backs but she doesn't let this deter her.