Dandylion the Duck Book Review

Posted on: May 24th, 2014 by

Dandylion the Duck

Dandylion the Duck

By Tom Gober

 

Dandylion the Duck is a story of the youngest duckling who goes through a series of challenges and by learning patience becomes the first in his family to fly.

 

Dandylion the Duck book

Dandylion the Duck is best for children ages 2 – 8 years old.

 

Why I enjoyed Dandylion the Duck

  • This book allows for lots of discussion while reading.
  • The themes in the story are familiar to kids. Themes such as patience, treating others fairly and being different.
  • The ducks are named after states, it gives us a chance to talk about different places.

Jack reading Dandylion the Duck

Why my kids enjoyed Dandylion the Duck

  • That all the ducks look different. He enjoys pointing out the different ducks by name.
  • He likes that the story includes things that he has done, like crossing the street safely.
  • The colorful illustrations.

 

For your own copy of theĀ Dandylion the Duck Book

 

To learn about other great books check out a Story Time at your local library. We list Story Times in New Jersey on our Calendar of Events.

 

Check our our children book review series for more recommendations on children books you and your kids will love.


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Julia is a mom to one toddler, Jackson. She holds a literature degree from the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. A Jersey Girl who's life is more Mickey Mouse Clubhouse than Jersey Shore. When not chasing a toddler she enjoys reading, writing, cooking, soap operas and planning her family's next adventure.

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