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Review: Ducky Duck Doesn’t Want To Be A Duck

on August 14, 2013

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Blurb:

This kids book follows the story of a duck who simply doesn’t want to be a duck. Ducky tells his mama, “ Mama, I want to be a bunny. Bunnies have a lot of fun, so now I’m going to be a bunny. ” So Ducky Duck goes to be a bunny. 
But it doesn’t stop there. Oh no, Ducky wants to be many things, anything but a duck. 
Ducky Duck has lots of friends who help him along during his identity crisis. Benny Bunny, Beavis Beaver and Donnie Deer are great characters who add a touch of valuable education about animals in this story. 

 

About the Author:

Creating wonderful life lesson stories, Jenny Loveless Children’s Books are as inspirationally written as they are fantastically thought out. Dedicated to helping children succeed in life, the stories are filled with allegories and tales designed to help young readers think. With the belief that anything is possible, sometimes it just takes the right story and words to bring children, and adults, to life.

 

My Thoughts:

I loved this book! Not only is it an entertaining story for children, but it educates them as well. At some point in all our lives we all wish we could be someone else or do something else. Ducky tries to become several different animals, most of the time without success, but that doesn’t stop him. He continues on his wayward journey until he realizes he is best at being a duck. I would highly recommend this book to anyone with a young child. The kids will love it! I even found myself chuckling a couple of times. The illustrations are superb. This is one to definitely pick up for the kids!

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars! (If I could rate it higher I would)

Links:

Amazon-

http://www.amazon.com/Childrens-Books-beautifully-illustrated-ebook/dp/B00DX4XK02/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1376496709&sr=8-1&keywords=ducky+duck+doesn%27t+want+to+be+a+duck

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