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Monkey and Duck Quack Up!

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Categories: Picture Book
Ebook  
ISBN: 9780545645140 Pages: 32 Ages: 4-8 Dimensions: 10.29" x 9.3"
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About this book

Duck and Monkey,
best of friends,
as different as
odds and ends.

Monkey's eager, Duck's laid-back.
Together do they have the knack
to be a winning rhyming team
and satisfy a monkey's dream?

Turn the page and try your luck.
See if you can out-rhyme Duck!

Reviews

Praise for Monkey and Duck Quack Up!:

“With a three-day cruise on the line as a prize, Monkey drafts his friend Duck to participate in a rhyming contest . . . bright bold artwork . . . serious read-aloud potential.” --Publishers Weekly

“Younger listeners will enjoy completing Monkey's unfinished verses within the story, and slightly older children will be spurred to create their own lists of rhyming words.” --Booklist

“A solid choice for rhyming play.” --Kirkus

Praise for Ed Fotheringham's work:

What To Do About Alice? by Barbara Kerley

A Robert F. Sibert Honor Book
A Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Book
A Parents' Choice Award Winner

*"The large format gives Fotheringham, in his debut, plenty of room for spectacular art." --Booklist, starred review

*"A gleeful celebration of a fully, unapologetically led life." --Kirkus Reviews, starred review

The Extraordinary Mark Twain (According to Susy) by Barbara Kerley

California Reading Association Eureka! Gold Award Winner
New York Public Library Best Children's Book
A Washington Post Best Book for Young Readers
Oppenheim Portfolio Gold Award

*"A masterfully perceptive and largely visual biography . . . dynamic and lovely . . . a joy to peruse." --School Library Journal, starred review

*"An accessible and inventive vision of an American legend." --Publishers Weekly, starred review

Those Rebels, John & Tom by Barbara Kerley

NCTE Orbis Pictus Honor Book
New York Public Library 100 Titles for Reading and Sharing
NAPPA Gold Award Winner

"Fotheringham's cartoonish drawings hold a retro 'Schoolhouse Rock' appeal in this rousing account of the friendship before the feud." --The New York Times Book Review

*"Fotheringham provides page after page of clever, cartoon-style artwork and skillful compositions–heavily steeped in reds, whites, and blues–that add to the excitement of overthrowing stuffy old King George. . ." --Booklist, starred review

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