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Dora the Hen is proud of her first eggs and wants to invite all her friends over to admire them. But Penny Pig is too busy with her wriggling piglets, and Daisy Dog's playing with her cute puppies. The more animals Dora visits, the more boring her eggs seem to be.
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Jane Chapman has worked as a portrait painter and has also designed toys. She has illustrated Smudge, Dora's Eggs, and The Crunching, Munching Caterpillar for Tiger Tales. Jane is married to illustrator Tim Warnes. They live in England with their son.
Julie Sykes has written several books for Tiger Tales, including all the books in the Little Tiger series and Smudge. When she's not writing, Julie enjoys reading, swimming, and horseback riding. She lives in England with her husband and two children.
PreS. When Dora the Hen lays her first eggs, she is so excited that she invites all her friends in the barnyard to admire them. Each one, however, is preoccupied with her own offspring. As Dora watches ducklings learning to swim, piglets and lambs tumbling and playing, puppies beginning to walk, and a calf snuggling close to its mother, she becomes less elated about her own eggs and a little envious of the others. When the eggs hatch, however, the chicks are all she could wish for?fluffy as ducklings, wriggly as piglets, playful as lambs, and snugly as a calf. This satisfying story with bright, cheerful, childlike illustrations is just right for the very young.?Sally R. Dow, Ossining Public Library, NY
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