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Duck & Goose, How Are You Feeling? Board book – January 13, 2009
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Top Customer Reviews
The illustrations are bright and the characters' faces are so expressive. Their bickering will be familiar to children's ears as will their reconciliation in face of the truth. This book is gentle fun.
But when I came across these sturdy board books, I decided NOW is the time to really get him started on the first of many humorous, stimulating adventures with hilarious animal characters.
I started him on the first in this series What's Up, Duck?, and his happy reaction to the colorful pictures and funny characters made the second book mandatory. He enjoyed Duck & Goose, 1, 2, 3 just as much, so we were both sold on this series.
I just received Duck & Goose, How Are You Feeling? and can't wait to visit him for some more quality time together. Reading to Devon and being rewarded by his happy giggles, bright, sunny smile and warm hugs is one of the highlights of my life.
These books have such lovable characters it's hard to choose a favorite. In addition to Duck and Goose, Devon giggles as he points to Thistle and Bluebird. I think Bluebird is his favorite, but it's too soon to tell
This is a charming book. Author/Illustrator Tad Hills has a rare gift in two arts; he certainly understands what triggers children's laughter and stimulates their imagination.
Very highly recommended for pre-schoolers. You can't go wrong!
Reviewed by: Betty Dravis, January 2009
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The silly duck and wonky goose are quite the pair in this children's read. Appropriate and attention grabbing book for young toddlers through early school year children. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Natalie K.
Each page had one feeling word on it and nothing else. My two year old could've written itPublished 2 months ago by Melissa R.
Best book to teach empathy. My 18mo olds fav book. He will grab it and stare at pages for days.Published 3 months ago by Jackelin
I love all the Duck and Goose books. I am trying to collect them all.Published 4 months ago by CAROL GOLEMBIEWSKI
We love duck and goose books! This one is not my favorite. but my 2 year old still loves reading itPublished 4 months ago by Caleb Gidcumb