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Duck & Goose 1 2 3

by Tad Hills

Published by Schwartz & Wade, 2008
18 pages
ISBN: 9780375856211

Ages 2-4

A pair of endearing concept books features a small duck and her playtime companions. What’s Up Duck? includes nine examples of opposites in the interactions among the duck and her friends (a goose, another duck, and a bluebird). From “front” to “back,” the lovely little book has tremendous appeal. In Duck & Goose 1, 2, 3 the same group showcases the numbers one through ten through their play. Amusing illustrations—these small birds are simply painted and charmingly irresistible—suggest a warm, fuzzy feeling of affection shared by the four feathered friends in the volumes—simply ducky!  © Cooperative Children's Book Center


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