A two-headed chicken races across the multiverse to escape a hungry moose in this full-colour illustrated adventure, ideal for fans of Dogman and Bunny Vs Monkey.

Anything is possible in the multiverse, including a madcap adventure starring a plucky, two-headed chicken. But look out - there’s a chicken-hungry moose in pursuit! In this hilarious, interactive adventure, our double-headed hero is chased through dozens of bizarre universes, from an ocean planet with a disturbing mermoose to a land covered with pizza sauce. With each BZOOP of Two-Headed Chicken's universe-hopping Astrocap, the only thing to expect is the unexpected...

Packed with jokes, quizzes, and games; a lightning-fast caper with a wacky sci-fi spin


Tom Angleberger is the author and illustrator of many children's books, including the Origami Yoda series, which has sold millions of copies worldwide. He lives in Virginia with wife Cece Bell.


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The Bookseller

Packed with jokes, quizzes, and games, this is a lightning-fast caper with a wacky sci-fi spin.


A ridiculous romp if ever there was one and possibly the most absurd book I’ve ever read. Those with a penchant for craziness of the exciting kind will enjoy this bumpy ride.

Red Reading Hub

I loved this book so much that I read it lots of times and even read it to my pet chickens. If you like animals, comedy, and adventure, the Two-Headed-Chicken would be an excellent book for you… This book is great for kids grades one to three and for kids who like comics. This book does come with a warning: it is so funny and interesting you won’t want to put it down! You might get in trouble for reading at the breakfast table instead of eating your breakfast.

Squiz Kids Book Club reviewer

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a two-headed chicken being chased by an enraged moose? Well, you don’t have to wonder too much longer. You need to read Two-Headed Chicken… a funny adventure book with a lot of science fiction thrown in. It is a graphic novel that follows the adventures of a two-headed chicken. I enjoyed this book because it is interactive for the reader. It had mazes, quizzes, and puzzles that I found really fun to do. I would recommend this book to kids who like their books to have funny jokes, crazy characters, and silly adventures. I hope you enjoyed this book as much as I did, Squizzies!

Squiz Kids Book Club reviewer

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