Little Quack's New Friend
HE RIBBITS, HE LEAPS, AND HE'S GREEN!
At first Little Quack is shy. But pretty soon he just might be quacking AND ribbiting a new tune: MAKING NEW FRIENDS RULES!
With rhythm and spirit, acclaimed author Lauren Thompso...more
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This book is a good book for children to learn how to accept other students as they are. A game in which I would play with the students will be to have the students find a partner in the classroom and they will have a list of questions to ask their partner the questions so that they will get to know each other a little better. Then when they are finished with asking their partner all the questions then they will have to draw a pictur ...more
*Little Quack is the only duck at the pond wh ...more
Genre: Picture Book
Theme: Acceptance of differences
Reading Level: Early Readers
Curricular Uses: Read-Aloud, Independent Reading, Shared Reading
Literary Elements: Repetition, onamotopoeia, dialogue
Illustrations: Colorful illustrations that support the text. Helpful for early readers.
Additional Comments; This book is adorable. Great for use with primary grades. Also, a great for for choral reading because of the many c ...more
-Again has the five ducklings and they meet a new friend and have tons of fun together.
-Even more play-on-words and some predictable phrases.
-I like the theme of these books and how they share over-coming obstacles.
-Could be a read-aloud at any grade level. Indivually reading may be harder with quotation marks and such, maybe around 2nd grade.
A frog would like to play with the ducks. The ducks are rude save Little Quack. Off go the frog and Little Quack; they have a blast. Soon enough the other ducks want to join in all the fun. There's a lesson of tolerance here, if one is so inclined.