A Duck So Small Duffel Duck is smaller than all the other ducks he knows and they love to tease him about his size A duck so small can do nothing at all they quack Poor Duffel tries everything he can think of to mak

  • Title: A Duck So Small
  • Author: A.H. Benjamin Elisabeth Holstein
  • ISBN: 9780439070362
  • Page: 337
  • Format: None
  • Duffel Duck is smaller than all the other ducks he knows, and they love to tease him about his size A duck so small can do nothing at all they quack.Poor Duffel tries everything he can think of to make the other ducks stop their teasing He attempts to dive like Kingfisher, balance like Heron, and bore holes like Woodpecker but the fails miserably at his efforts to beDuffel Duck is smaller than all the other ducks he knows, and they love to tease him about his size A duck so small can do nothing at all they quack.Poor Duffel tries everything he can think of to make the other ducks stop their teasing He attempts to dive like Kingfisher, balance like Heron, and bore holes like Woodpecker but the fails miserably at his efforts to be like other birds Yet when a crisis arises and a duckling s life is at stake, can Duffel save the day Light, airy illustrations mark this timeless story of group acceptance.

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    1. This is a touching story which provides children with an important message. The main character in the story is Duffle, a very small duck who is teased by the other ducks for his size. The story deals with the topic of bullying and also explores how Duffle tries to change himself. Duffle symbolises that people are often unhappy with the way they look or they are unsatisfied with the things they are able to do. As the story develops, Duffle is searching for his identity. He tries to do many differ [...]

    2. This book to me was adorable! The illustrations were simple yet they were vivid in detail and in tied directing to the book without any extra images or pictures. The story begins with the introduction of the duck called Duffle. Other ducks picked on him constantly due to his small size. They would taunt him with the saying, “A Duck so small can do nothing at all.” This made Duffle think real hard of something he could do to prove the ducks wrong. At the end of the book, a small duck ends up [...]

    3. This is a perfect book to read to first grade students. In the story the main character—a duck named Duffie—is much smaller than all his other duck friends. In the book he tries to prove that he is just as big and brave as his friends but he falls flat every time. Just when he gets discouraged he hears the ducks calling in alarm from the other side of the riverbank. When he went over to see what was going on the big ducks told him that one of the little ducks got stuck in a small crack where [...]

    4. A Duck So Small is a well illustrated book about a duck called Duffle who is trying to find out what he can do. As he is smaller than the rest of the ducks, Duffle tries to copy other small birds but with no success and the other ducks laugh at him. At the end of the story, Duffle uses his small beak to rescue a trapped duckling, and realises that a small duck can be useful after all.This story is ideal for EYFS/KS1. As a story for the whole class, it shares the idea of not giving up and to pers [...]

    5. This is a great book for early-childhood children. It sends a great message, teaching children that even though somebody may look different, they still have something special about them. This would be a great book to read to students at the beginning of the school year to help them understand that everyone should be treated fairly and equally.

    6. A sweet story about a little duck who feels he is too small to make any difference in the world.But when a duckling gets trapped, Dawdle can come to the rescue because of his small size.A wonderful story to show that we should delight in our differences and respect them in others.

    7. It's about bullies and how everyone has a value, no matter whether they're different to the rest of their peer group. Great message, just not that enjoyable to read aloud.

    8. This is a cute book about a small duck who is trying to figure out what he can do. At the end he is able to rescue a baby duckling because of his small size.

    9. I wish the duck would try something by himself before bragging to the other ducks what he could do. It would save him alot of pain.Reading this to the orphanage today. We'll see how they like it.

    10. A fantastic and amazing book for childrenI read it to children, they loved it and so did I!Great to enhance the imagination and vocabulary of children

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