Share Said the Rooster

Share Me

Share Said the Rooster is the story of two little men who refuse to share, time and time again.

A charming classic, which uses rhyme and rhythm, from internationally award-winning Pamela Allen

Here are five stories of two little men, one called Billy and one called Ben.

This is the story number one of the two little men and a pink sticky bun.

“Share,” said the rooster.

“Share,” said the hen.

“No,” cried Billy.

Share said the rooster early childhood children's book review

Recommended for 1- to 4-year-olds by early childhood teachers.

“I love that it is hardback, not too many images – a rooster, a chicken, and 2 men, and not wordy for the toddlers to stay focused.”

“Share said the Rooster is a beautiful rhyming story which the little ones love. They fill in the words when I miss a word for them to fill in because we’ve read it so many times and they know it so well.”

Available from:  OneTree House
ISBN: 9780995117556
Published:  2020
Format: Board
Price: $17

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