Chicken, Pig, Cow’s First Fight Share this with a friend

A Ruth Ohi Picture Book series


by Ruth Ohi
illustrated by Ruth Ohi

New York City Reads 365 List

Chicken, Pig, and Cow have always gotten along well—until the day Girl builds a big city out of blocks. Thinking something is missing, Chicken makes a leaf statue. Now the city is perfect.

Pig loves zipping and zooming around the city. Chicken warns him to be careful, but Pig is having too much fun to listen. Then the inevitable happens: Pig zooms right into Chicken’s statue, destroying it. Chicken is furious! Pig’s attempts to fix the statue only make matters worse. In the end, he demolishes the entire city. Realizing what a mess he’s made, Pig hides while Chicken, Cow, and Dog rebuild the city. After a nap, Pig feels better and returns to apologize to his friends. They forgive him and invite him to join them in putting the finishing touches on the city.

As with all the books in this popular series, Chicken, Pig, Cow’s First Fight offers young children a gentle message about teamwork and cooperation. 

What makes a good book for preschoolers? Ruth Ohi shares her advice in this link: click here.

Reviews:

“Ohi’s watercolors are as endearing as ever . . . [Her] toys keep getting more real with every outing.”
—Kirkus Reviews, 03/12


“Can friends fight and still be friends? This is the central question that is asked and answered in Ruth Ohi's delightful book . . . Highly Recommended.”
—CM Reviews, 05/12


“This book makes a perfect discussion starter on friendship, cooperation and forgiveness.”
—Resource Links, 04/12


“An adorable story of friendship and the simplest of emotions, this book is a welcome addition to a well-loved series.”
—School Library Journal, 08/12


“A delightful way for little ones to learn about co-operation and saying you’re sorry.”
—The Muskokan, 08/03/12