Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Henny - a Literary Lunch

This lunch is also posted over at The Little Crooked Cottage as a Literary Lunch. Head over to the fabulous blog of four children's book authors and check out the wonderful Literary Interview with Mr. Pig himself!

Henny - a Literary Lunch for School -

Meet Henny. She is an average chicken. Well, almost. There is one tiny little thing different about Henny. 
Have you spotted it yet?

Henny - a Literary Lunch for School -

I have made it easier for you by putting our Literary Lunch on a baby chick paper. Anything you can see? Well,..., Henny was born with arms. There it is! Which is pretty unusual for a chicken. But, Henny likes being different. And she can do lots of fun things with her arms that other chickens can't. Like eating little bugs with chop sticks...

Henny - a Literary Lunch for School -

My kids loved this book and this was their favorite page so I used it for our Literary Lunch inspiration! They could not stop imagining all the other things Henny would be able to do with arms. We had so much fun imagining all the neat and silly things she would be able to do. 

Henny - a Literary Lunch for School -

We packed our ECOlunchbox with an egg-cellent lunch chock full of:
  • Fruit Booty Corn Puff Worms to eat with chop sticks 
  • A Henny sunflower seed sandwich with cheese, seaweed and carrot pieces
  • An egg (very important part of the book. But, I can't give away everything now, can I?)
  • And some spinach leaves to keep those arms strong underneath all the yummy food
If you want to see what I used to make this lunch (contains affiliate links):

1 comment:

  1. That is eggcellent! My daughter would be so eggcited to see that in her lunch eggaggerating!



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