Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
- Age: 3 to 7
- Grade: p to 3
Chirp and his friends Squawk and Tweet love going on adventures together. Today they’ve traded in their playhouse for a rocky mountain. Their plan? To complete the hardest climb of their lives!
Their hardest climb becomes even harder when the mountain begins to rumble and shake beneath their feet! And...is that burning hot lava heading straight for them?! How will mountain climbers Chirp, Squawk, and Tweet escape a spewing volcano and travel down the mountain to safety?
The Chirp books invite readers into a world of imagination where Chirp, Squawk, and Tweet work together to solve problems, using everyday objects and their limitless imaginations. Inspired by Chirp Magazine and based on episodes of the Kids' CBC TV show Chirp, the Chirp books are designed to encourage learning through imaginative play and will open up the world to preschoolers, one awesome adventure at a time.
About the author
JOSEPH TORRES est un auteur de bandes dessinées philippino-canadien. Il a notamment écrit les livres de la série Alison Dare, mise en nomination pour le prix Eisner, ainsi que ceux de la série Bigfoot Boy. Lauréat du prix Joe Shuster en tant qu’« écrivain exceptionnel », Joseph Torres a travaillé sur une foule de bandes dessinées, dont Avatar, Batman, Les Simpsons, WALL-E, Wonder Woman et X-Men. Joseph Torres est né à Manille et a grandi à Montréal, où il a fréquenté l’Université McGill. Il vit avec sa famille en banlieue de Toronto, en Ontario.
J. TORRES is a Canadian comic book writer. He is perhaps best known for his run on DC Comics' Teen Titans Go, the Eisner-nominated Alison Dare, and the Junior Library Guild/TD Summer Reading Club title Bigfoot Boy. Winner of the Shuster Award for "Outstanding Writer," Torres has worked with characters from A (Archies) to Z (The Mighty Zodiac) and many more in between (Avatar, Batman, Ninja Scroll, Simpsons, WALL-E, Wonder Woman, Yo Gabba Gabba, and X-Men, to name a few).
"The primary themes in all episodes are imagination and adventure, with a subtle lesson in collaboration for early readers... Recommended."
Canadian Review of Materials
"The story may be simplistic but it is entertaining for preschoolers who will enjoy the adventure and humour."