Chicken book rhyme, Abigail's Chickens, is a QuickTurtle Book's publication inspired by our eight ISA Brown chickens.
Happy and healthy chickens lay happy and healthy eggs. The brilliance of their yolks and the gleam of their shells cannot be faked.
Abigail's Chickens are chickens allowed to be chickens. They are free range and get into the mischief chickens get into. There is a reason for the joke, why did the chicken cross the road?
This is a great read aloud book for parents and grandparents at story time. It is also a good educational book for young readers.
and flaps her wings.
It's sun up time
on a summer morn,
the hens get watered
and fed sweet corn.
They chance to play
to chase a moth
or lizard prize.
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Spring will bring our second chicken book, Emily's Chickens.
Fairview Berries is a family owned producer of strawberries, grapes, chicken eggs and duck eggs for the local community of Fairview, Michigan. They have over 100 free range chickens and a flock of 17 ducks.
The very diverse variety of chickens on their farm lay multi-sized and multi-colored eggs. Each carton contains eggs that are green, blue, white and brown in hue. They are as beautiful as they are nutritious.
Emily Harder says they grew up in Detroit where the only chickens they had were fried. Not so in Fairview, here they have created a Fairyland where a walk through the yard is like walking into a book by Doctor Seuss. There are duck ponds, chicken runs, grapevines, strawberry fields, blackberry bushes, pumpkin patches, orchards and all the cacophony of farm life.
Fairview Berries is open for strawberry picking during the mid-summer months when they are also host to 4-H programs, Girl Scout activities and Exploration Club projects. They sell chicken and duck eggs all year long. They are located at 3788 Mast Road, Fairview, Michigan 48621.
It is part of our purpose to help small poultry farms in the business of keeping chickens happy and healthy.
We love chickens and would love to have a conversation with you if you are a poultry business that likes the idea of a custom book for public relations and marketing purposes.
If so, please fill out the attached form and we will get back to you about a possible partnership in this endeavor. (Note: We often travel so please be patient for a response)
We invite you to tell us your small business story so we can analyze the potential for a custom kid's book that could be used to help brand and grow your business.