The Tale of Henrietta Hen
"No!" said their mother. "We're well rid of him. He has been more trouble to me than all the rest of you.... To tell the truth, I never liked him very well."
Come read the comical tale of Henrietta Hen. Follow this humble fowl of the farm as she finds the fattest grubs, lays the most beautiful eggs and chatters loudly all her wise counsel. Truly there is not another hen in all the world with more beautiful speckled feathers than she—at least if you ask her!
First published in 1921 The Tale of Henrietta Hen is the third installment in Arthur Scott Bailey’s Slumber-Town series.
Choose from three formats: Paperback or Hardcover.
|Pages: 82||Size: 6" x 9"|
Cream paper; perfect bound with gloss cover.
Cream paper; casewraped with gloss cover.