A Hat for Minerva Louise

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Puffin Books, Jan 1, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
18 Reviews
The other chickens hate snowy mornings. But not Minerva Louise! To her a snowy day -- like everything else -- is an adventure. But this chilly, chipper hen needs something to keep her warm. What she finds -- and how she finds it -- will keep young readers cackling.

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User Review  - apetru5 - LibraryThing

I thought this book was very fun to read and that children would love it. Minerva Louise, a talking chicken, wants to play in the snow, but it is too cold. She adventures around the barn in search of ... Read full review

Review: A Hat for Minerva Louise (Minerva Louise)

User Review  - Stephanie Davis - Goodreads

This book is very simple, yet has enough of a story plot to keep the kids interested. I liked that Minerva was different from the rest of the hens, showing kids that it's acceptable to be different. The pictures were bright and warm colors, which I felt drew me into the book. Read full review

About the author (1997)

Janet Morgan Stoeke is the creator of the hen Minerva Louise, who has appeared in many books. She lives in Alexandria, Virginia. Visit her website at http://www.minervalouise.com.

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