In the springtime an egg begins to crack, and though Little Chick starts out life tiny and weak, he quickly grows into a fuzzy chick and learns all about life on the farm with his siblings. But when all the chicks get big enough, it’s time for Mom to leave them on their own. How will they know what to eat and where to sleep without her? How will they defend themselves when bullies come around? In this magnificently illustrated book, children will love watching Little Chick go through the stages of growing into a full-sized rooster. It’s a sweet book that will appeal to young and old alike.
About the Author
Yu Hongcheng left for the United Kingdom in 2012 to pursue her master’s degree in illustration and printmaking. Since then she has been dedicated to creating original Chinese picture books, and has written and illustrated many award-winning titles, including Food on Our Plate, which helped Yu win the 2016 Bologna Children’s Book Fair - International Award for Illustration.