Product Description From egg to chick to adult, the life cycle of a chicken may seem simple, but there are a lot of little steps that make this process happen. Find out how an egg is formed and incubated, what nutrients it contains for the embryo, and how a chick hatches, grows, and reproduces. Review With large, colorful photographs on every page and a big, easy-to-read font, this series of books about plant and animal life cycles will appeal to both students and teachers. The format and organization in each volume is identical. Teachers will apprecia --Library Media Connection The ""Watch It Grow"" series provides a first introduction to plant and animal life cycles, exploring how living things grow and reproduce. Emergent readers (pre-K to grade 1) will learn how new life begins and develops. Eleven 24-page titles are available --Educational Dealer About the Author Nancy Dickmann has written more than 150 non-fiction books for children, specializing in science and history. Before becoming an author, she worked for many years as an editor and publisher of childrenâs books.