The Duck Song
A determined duck pleads for grapes at the most unlikely of places: a lemonade stand. The story and song in this comical, musical picture book will delight both adults and children, who can play the song aloud withthe touch of a button on the cover whilelearning important lessons about persistence and compassion.A music CD featuring 12 original children’s songs is include
When offered the chance to review The Duck Song by Bryant Oden, I accepted because my nephews (not quite 3 and almost 5) love books, and they are always appreciative when I bring them something new. The book looked cute, and fun, so I was pretty excited when I got my copy. I didn't know that it had originally been a bit of a big deal on youtube.
Once I got my copy, I read through it once and then brought it to my sister's to rea ...more
I am in love with this book! I found myself giggling through it from the very first page. The ARC copies aren't furnished with the sound component for the book so I wasn't able to check that out, but I'm betting it's as wonderful as the rest of the book. In the back of the book there's a CD with severa ...more
The illustrations in this book are so cute, they look like they are drawn by kids. Forrest Whaley was only 14 when he animated the video. I thought that was amazing! I especially love the ...more
It is very cute the way it rhymes and the illustrations are very colorful and bright. A CD comes with the book and the first song on it is The Duck Song (includes 11 oth ...more
Illustrator: Forrest Whaley
First Published: 2010
Okay, it's the Duck Song.
A youtube sensation transcribed into a colourful, fun children's book.
But do you know what's truly great about it?
It's still funny.
A Dad joke made into a youtube clip and now a book.
Our copy of the book comes with a CD containing the three Duck Songs which makes Daughter very happy and Dad leave the room.
Still, it's a funny song and a funny book.
Read aloud - 2+
Read yourself - 5+
The illustrations are simple, bright and bold. A great gift book for a young child.
I picked this up in the library and showed my daughter (11) who immediately grinned from ear to ear and ran off with it to read in a private corner. THAT is what this song/story does to people!