She’s hiding from the hen. Her name is Samantha. She’s hiding from the hen because she’s afraid of it. It wants what she has in her apron. The hen hasn’t had any breakfast. In her apron, she has the eggs that the hen laid. Ms. Brooklyn wants one of them. And if that isn’t good enough for the chicken, she will jump and take my bow to play with and sit on my shoulder. Samantha is happy because the chicken doesn’t know where she is. And the chicken says, “I’ll get the other chickens hiding in the back and they’ll help me. We’ll make a Chicken Army! I don’t want them to chicken out!” There’s a hole in the wall and the chickens can get out through it. It probably is from rot. It’s very dark in there. Buck, buck, Ba-gock! And the hen says, “If I can find the other hens in this dark barn, we’ll have a hen party!” But she can’t find the other hens; it’s too dark. She’s got a lot of problems, for a hen. The door probably could be closed and the hen would still be on the inside. But if the door is closed and the window is open, they will be coming through the window! So they need to be careful they don’t escape through the window.