Bawk and Roll

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Sterling Children's Books, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 36 pages
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C'mon over--there's a whole lot of clucking going on in this hilarious follow-up to the popular Chicken Dance.
Marge and Lola have hit the big time! The dancing duo is ready to rock 'n' roll their way across the country, touring with the great Elvis Poultry. But when the lights go down and the curtain goes up, stage fright sets in. Will our two beloved chickens be too chicken to perform? Or will they find their courage and totally bawk, shake, and flap? 
 

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User Review  - lchardesty - LibraryThing

In this bawk-tastic sequel to CHICKEN DANCE, Tammi Sauer and Dan Santat will once again rock your socks off. Marge and Lola have joined Elvis Poultry’s barnyard tour, but stage fright gets the best of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Danielle - Goodreads

Our heroine chickens are touring with Elvis Poultry, but they have severe stage fright. They have to overcome it or Elvis will have to go solo. They try different techniques, but everything fails ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Tammi Sauer is the author of the bestselling Chicken Dance and Cowboy Camp (both Sterling).  She is an active blogger (tammisauer.com) and highly involved in the children's writer community, in addition to being a great promoter of her own books. Tammi has worked as a teacher and library media specialist and now lives in Oklahoma with her husband and their two children.   Award-winning illustrator Dan Santat is a children's book artist, writer, and creator of the Disney animated film The Replacements. His books include Chicken Dance (Sterling) and The Guild of Geniuses (Arthur A Levine Books, 2004), which was a Society of Illustrators Original Art Show Selection and won the Los Angeles Society of Illustrators Bronze Medal for Book Illustration. Dan lives in southern California with his wife and son.

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