Duck Is Stuck
Duck Is Stuck
"Repetition, clever artwork, and the idea of teamwork will appeal to a young audience." - Booklist
Duck is tired. His sleep is so deep, he doesn't notice it starts snowing . . . And the lake freezes over. Quack, quack Duck tries to get free by flapping his wings. But it's no use. Duck is stuck Snowflake the Rabbit, Bob the Blackbird, Moses the Moose, Rachel the Rainbow Trout, and Bert the Beaver all try to help but, no luck What would happen if they worked together? Rhythm and repetition, animal characteristics, and humor make for an ideal read-aloud.
A sweet and funny friendship story for children ages 3 and up.
At Clavis, our focus is on what's best for children. We believe that books play an important role in each new phase in life. Our toddler books are tailored for every stage from 0 to 3 and focus on the five most important themes in their life: daily life, skills, emotions, the world, and language development. The age range and theme of every book in our toddler series can be found on the back cover in the form of a colored train.
Author: Zoubida Mouhssin
Binding Type: Hardcover
Size: 8.10h x 11.30w x 0.40d
Audience: Ages 4-8
Booklist 12/15/2018 pg. 99
About the Author
Zoubida Mouhssin was born in Casablanca, Morocco, and moved to Belgium when she was two years old. Both her North African and Belgian cultures are important to her work. The French language is Zoubida's first love, but she is comfortable with other languages and is a translator for English and Spanish. She began writing and telling stories for children when she met Pascale Moutte-Baur and they began collaborating together and created this book. In 2016, they were nominated for the Key Colors Award of the City of Hasselt in Belgium. Pascale Moutte-Baur was born in Marseille, France. She spent ten years living in Germany and now lives in Brussels, Belgium. As a child, Pascale spent hours looking at illustrations in children's magazines and admiring beautiful picture books. She was rarely without a pencil in her hand. Pascale began her career as a French teacher, but later graduated as an illustrator at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels. Her graphic work is inspired by her colorful native town of Marseille and the diverse world she lives in.