Farmer Dillo Counts His Chickens

Farmer Dillo Counts His Chickens
Prereaders learn to count numbers in Farmer Dillo Counts His Chickens, a concept picture book by Jesse Adams and illustrated by Julie Speer and David Rogers. On a bright morning in Sundown, Farmer Dillo decides to gather some eggs from his chickens. But to his surprise, the door of the coop is open, and the chickens are gone! Follow Farmer Dillo from fields to woods to his own front porch as he searches for each cleverly camouflaged chicken. With 3-D fully animated DVD (7 min.).

Other Farmer Dillo titles include Farmer Dillo Counts His Chickens, Farmer Dillo Paints His Barn, Farmer Dillo Paints His Barn (book and DVD), and Farmer Dillo Shapes Things Up.

  • Author - Jesse Adams
  • Copyright Year - 2009
  • Format - DVD & book
  • Length - 24 pp.
  • Lexile Measurement - 470
  • Publisher - BJU Press, JourneyForth
  • Reading Level - picture book
  • ISBN - 978-1-59166-869-5

Farmer Dillo Counts His Chickens

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Delightful Book for Children This book is fantastic for children! The plot line is engaging, the illustrations capture their attention and they so enjoy helping Farmer Dillo find the chickens that are "hiding". We give this book as Christmas gifts and others have commented how much their children love it as well. February 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fun sequel to Farmer Dillo Paints His Barn Children who loved watching Farmer Dillo paint his barn will thrill to help him find his chickens. This "sequel" teaches simple counting skills while holding children's attention as they look for the querky-colored chickens. The accompanying DVD is a charming addition to the book and certainly enhances the reading experience for children. I highly recommend this product based on its creative quality and its great appeal to young children. Farmer Dillo is always the first book my nephew asks to read when he visits me, and he always wants to read it more than once. February 12, 2013
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