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A Duck So Small af A. H. Benjamin
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A Duck So Small (udgave 1998)

af A. H. Benjamin (Forfatter)

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When the other ducks laugh at Duffle for being too small to do anything at all, he tries unsuccessfully to imitate Kingfisher, Stork, and Woodpecker, but finally he finds something useful that only he can do.
Medlem:RussellFamily
Titel:A Duck So Small
Forfattere:A. H. Benjamin (Forfatter)
Info:Little Tiger Pr (1998), Edition: 1, 32 pages
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A Duck So Small is a story about feeling useless and being bullied. Truth be told, it's a pretty average story, but it lends itself to a lot of vocal drama especially when speaking the line "Ha-ha, what did we say ... a duck so small can do nothing at all" (which I enjoy delivering more than is seemly). It is suitable for themes about bullying, teasing, self-esteem, ducks, birds, and differences.

Appropriate for ages 3 to 7. ( )
  Zoes_Human | Jun 18, 2019 |
Great book. This story is about a duck that is smaller than his peers. They continuously remind him saying "A duck so small can do nothing at all." The little ducks tries over and over to show the others he can do things, but fails, which is when they pick inhume. In the end of the story, a baby duck falls in a hole, and all the other ducks are too big to reach in and save the baby. The little duck was praised by everyone and they said "A duck so small can do something after all." This story is good to teach children ages 3-8 about differences and the idea that some people's strengths may be another's weakness. ( )
  MorganneLloyd | Aug 24, 2018 |
Aww.  Fairly typical story of a character who is a little different but who finds his own talent.  Enriched by the sneakily educational kingfisher, heron, and woodpecker, drawn carefully enough that if you can take your child to a wild pond you'd be able to identify them yourselves. ( )
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Jun 6, 2016 |
Great book to show children the importance of treating people right.. In this book the duck pulled the little duckling out of the hole. Teaches kids to be helpful not to pick on some one for just being small.
  jrjohnson1 | Sep 9, 2008 |
It showed how everyong can be helpful, like how the duck pulled the little duckie out of the whole. Also, not to pick on someone just for being smaller or different because you never know how they might be helpful!
  kmtheodorou | Aug 30, 2008 |
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