The Chickens Build a Wall
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The Chickens Build a Wall  -     By: Jean-Francois Dumont
    Illustrated By: Jean-Francois Dumont

The Chickens Build a Wall

Illustrated By: Jean-Francois Dumont
Eerdmans Books for Young Readers / 2020 / Paperback

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"A clever barnyard commentary on protectionism, xenophobia, and overreaction. Adult readers won't have to look hard to spot parallels to contemporary discourse on immigration and other hot-button issues. Comedy runs throughout Dumont's prose and sly characterizations,"---Publishers Weekly. 32 pages, softcover. Eerdmans.

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Title: The Chickens Build a Wall
By: Jean-Francois Dumont
Illustrated By: Jean-Francois Dumont
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 32
Vendor: Eerdmans Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: 2020
Dimensions: 8.25 X 10.25 (inches)
Weight: 5 ounces
ISBN: 0802855407
ISBN-13: 9780802855404
Ages: 4-8
Stock No: WW855404

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The chickens at the farm are building a wall, and no one is quite sure why. But they know one thing: the hedgehog that wandered in must be trouble. So all winter they build and build, until they have a wall that towers over the barn. When spring comes, though, they find that everything hasn't gone quite according to plan . . .

Author Bio

Jean-Francois Dumont is a French author and illustrator who has created many stories for children, including The Chickens Build a Wall (Eerdmans) and A Blue So Blue(Sterling), winner of the 2004 Prix Saint-Exupery, an award given yearly to the best illustrated picture book in France.

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Publishers Weekly (STARRED review)
"A clever barnyard commentary on protectionism, xenophobia, and overreaction. . . . Adult readers won't have to look hard to spot parallels to contemporary discourse on immigration and other hot-button topics, and the target audience will easily see the chickens' folly thanks to a drily funny ending and the comedy that runs throughout Dumont's prose and sly characterizations."

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