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The illustrations are very funny.
As the book revolves around political leadership positions and how the election process works, it is a wonderful book to use in a pre-k through second grade classroom.
I do think this is a fun book for adults, and a pleasure to read with children once they understand what is going on.
Our class really enjoyed reading Duck for President. It is about a duck who decides he does not want to do his chores at the farm anymore. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Miss Nye's Second Grade Class
I read this book to my daughter when it first came out in ~2004. It was a beloved bedtime story. Unfortunately I lost the book in a move. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lee
We're fans of this author and illustrator and this book doesn't disappoint. Terrific story, great illustrations, totally fun. A great addition to our kids library.Published 4 months ago by M. Majewski
Duck learns that being President and in charge isn't all it's cracked up to be. Teaches kids that the grass is not always greener.Published 4 months ago by Mackenzie's Mommy
Came across this little gem at the doctor's office today. While some would say that leaders rise to the level of their own incompetence, for Duck it seems that the sky is the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by M. Brandon Bastian
I love this book, my son loves it, and so do my students! I love all of duck's stories... They are fun to read... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Karla Y. Uvalle
This was a great lesson for the election. Children knew Duck and loved his journey back to the farm. Would highly recommend.Published 11 months ago by Victor
The book was in excellent condition and will make a nice addition to my classroom! I would definitely recommend this book to others. Thanks!Published 11 months ago by Brandy Thomas
I ordered this book for my wife to read to her special needs class. My wife was very pleased with the book.Published 11 months ago by Edwin Simmons