PreS—Duck and Goose return in this almost wordless board book. Each spread features a feeling or two as the adorable duo interact. The portrayals of simple emotions—scared, happy, and sad-are most successful. But those that are more subtle—selfish, patient, hopeful, frustrated—may be too complex for a toddler audience, and the facial expressions barely have the range to convey them. The simple, colorful art with the antic and irascible title characters will be the biggest draw.—Marge Loch-Wouters, La Crosse Public Library, WI
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A reassuring introduction to the important emotions which all young children experience at times. Carousel --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Editorial Reviews
Cute illustrations but it's just one word per page. No real story.Published 1 month ago by B. Espitia
Cute and graphics are elegant, but it is not engaging for our one year old relative to other books we have. Perhaps an older child might "get it."Published 3 months ago by UiLi
My 10 month old daughter loves duck and goose books. I picked up about 30 board books from a rummage sale when I was pregnant, and since my daughter was old enough to pull books... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rachel Hattendorf