So, it’s duck week at Fragile Earth Stuffed Animals. Our story time (Tuesdays at 11AM and Saturdays at 1PM) book this week will be Ollie the Stomper by Olivier Dunrea.
Fans of the Gossie & Friends books will enjoy little Ollie and his big personality as he finds his way in the barnyard. Irresistible characters and delightful text make these board books perfect for springtime reading and sharing.
Mary Beth had so much fun reading this to the kids this morning. While trying to decide which book to read we had some great title to choose.
The Little Duck by Judy Dunn
Full-color photographs. Humorous factual account of a year in a duck’s life.
10 Little Rubber Ducks by Eric Carle
10 little rubber ducks overboard!
Get swept away on a high-seas voyage of discovery with 10 little rubber ducks as they float to every part of the world. They all find adventure, but one duck finds something very special!
One Duck Stuck by Phyllis Root Illustrated by Jane Chapman
Exuberant rhythms and vibrant illustrations in a one-of-a-kind counting book!
Can two fish, tails going swish, help? Will three moose, munching on spruce, be able to pull the unlucky duck out of the muck?
Duck and Goose by Tad Hills
Duck doesn’t much care for Goose at first, and Goose isn’t fond of Duck. But both want the egg that each claims to be his. As the two tend to their egg, and make plans for the future, they come to appreciate one another’s strengths.
Duck at the Door by Jackie Urbanovic
Knock. Knock. Knock!
Someone’s outside the door. . . .
Meet Max— a duck for all seasons.
Duck by Randy Cecil
Duck is a carousel animal who spends her days watching flocks of real, flying ducks — and her nights dreaming of soaring among them. Flying is all she can think about, until the day a lost little duckling waddles into her life. Soon Duck and Duckling are inseparable: they walk together, play together, even dream of flying together. Then the time comes when Duckling’s yellow fuzz is replaced by long white feathers, and Duck is determined to do whatever it takes to help him learn to fly. But what if helping Duckling find his wings means being left behind?
Duck on a Bike by David Shannon
Caldecott Honor winner David Shannon applies his wonderful off-beat humor to the story of a duck who decides to try riding a bike–and loves it! Another young, funny book perfect for reading aloud.
I’m sure we’ve missed one or two or ten favorite duck books; there are a lot to choose from. Just let us know in the comments if we missed your favorite.