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Have You Seen My Duckling? Board book – September 20, 1996
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Top Customer Reviews
The pictures are wonderful. The few repetitive words there are encourage my child to 'read' the book. He also loves finding the duck on every page.
I wish I could find more books like this one- simple, gorgeous pictures, a nice story with a happy ending, a lot of opportunity for other activities while you read. We find the missing duck, count the ducklings, look at the pretty colors, look for other animals and more.
Here is the total text for the entire book, with numbers denoting pages.
1.Early one morning...
8. Have you seen my duckling?
10. Have you seen my duckling?
13. Have you seen my duckling?
14. Have you seen my duckling?
16. Have you seen my duckling?
(Mom and ducklings found 8th duckling around page 20...)
UPDATED REVIEW: While I was still expecting text, and I think that's a really important part of children's books, I will tell you that ultimately, my young toddler came to enjoy this book very much for a time. We would look at the book together at night and I would ask her to find where the missing duckling was on each page. (You can see the tip or bill or wing of the duckling on the page, although it is quite difficult in a few places). She would look around for it and locate it for me (or I would assist) and we would keep going. We would also discuss the animals that the mama duck was running into, and what the duckling was hiding behind, etc.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It is so much fun having my class of 1 year old's look for the duckling.Published 4 months ago by Vicki Noth
A deep and meaningful storyline, the main protagonist has entered into a life or death situation with an unknown antagonist, in which her duckling has mysteriously vanished, the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Frank F.
This is one of my favorite books for little ones! The illustrations are so beautiful and the simple story is so much fun for me to read to my granddaughter. Read morePublished 10 months ago by CAF
This book is about a mother duck that cannot find one of her ducklings. She goes around asking the other denizens of the pond if they have seen it. Read morePublished 22 months ago by The Reviewer Formerly Known as Kurt Johnson
This book has delighted children in each of my 20 years as an AMI 0-3 Montessori guide. The illustrations are realistic which assist the very young child in absorbing correct... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Elaine Best Start Birth 2 3 Montessori Home Resource