Super Duck

Super Duck A runaway kite and the resulting chaos is all it takes to makes Super Duck ideal for reading and laughing out loud Alborough s timeless sense of humor and rhyme bursts from the pages and will have th

  • Title: Super Duck
  • Author: Jez Alborough
  • ISBN: 9781933605890
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A runaway kite and the resulting chaos is all it takes to makes Super Duck ideal for reading and laughing out loud Alborough s timeless sense of humor and rhyme bursts from the pages, and will have the youngest of superheroes shouting along Full color.

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    1. This book is filled with some fantastic illustrations bringing the book to life! I really enjoyed the rhyme throughout the book, its very humorous and a fun book to enjoy with children.

    2. A fun and eventful book about a duck who just wants to help his friends fly a kite, Super Duck features fun and simple illustrations that will tickle preschool and early primary-grade readers. Alborough employs an easy-to-follow rhyme scheme and a simple plot to keep the audience engaged. This solid read affirms Super Duck's purpose in life and delivers a happily ever after.

    3. megan winter reading 2017, children's book, picture book, animals, humor, superheroes, prek, kindergarten, first grade, second grade,

    4. Review: I love it. A flying duck, it seriously can't get any better than that in my mind! A definite recommended book here. This is the first book I put on my shelf to read because it looked fun, interesting, and catchy to any audience. Who wouldn't get a kick out of a flying duck?!Summary: Duck and his friends Frog, Sheep and Goat take off on an unforgettable adventure. With a timeless sense of humor and rhyme bursts from the pages, you will have the youngest super heroes shouting along with yo [...]

    5. My daughter picked out this book because she was in the mood for an adventure. She liked the excitement of Super Duck and his friends rescuing frog. She kept offering advice as the friends were trying to get the kite to fly. She also cheered when Super Duck was able to rescue the frog.To read our full review, go to The Reading Tub®.

    6. At first I thought this was definitely a "boyish" book. May LOVED it though! It's about a duck that wants to be a super hero, but he seems to be making things worse when he tries. He rushes around trying to help his friends fly a kite. In the end he saves his frog friend and all the other friends are happy! It's a great book to read with different voices and a lot of animation! I think I'm gonna have to buy it! Or just get it from the library all the time!

    7. Perhaps I am reading too much into it. Perhaps this is just a book about a grandstanding duck that gets his friends into a lot of hassle, and then gets them back out again. Or perhaps it's a subtle lesson about ego and boasting and larger-than-life personalities, and the responsibility we have to clean up our messes. Fun rhymes, but not much else that appealed about this book. Reminded me a wee bit of Wind in the Willows.

    8. Rated and reviewed by Dylan, age 7:This book was about a duck who was just pretending to be a superhero. And also, on the very front page, you'll see him reading the very same book only with an orange cover instead of blue. My favorite part was when he said, "make way, super duck is here". And then SLOP and PLOP.

    9. When, in rhyming text, Duck and his long-suffering friends, Frog, Sheep and Goat, attempt to fly a kite, chaos results. Frog is pulled into the sky as the kite files away and Duck jumps to rescue him.

    10. Good for primary grades children. A rhyming story about a group of farm animals trying to fly a kite. Super Duck has lots of ideas, but what they really need is wind. Once it goes up, frog goes with it and Super Duck becomes the hero after saving frog.

    11. The pictures are funny, the rhymes are great and don't feel forced. The boys enjoyed this but didn't love it. Worth reading a time or two if your kids like silly, but not a book I feel I need to own.

    12. Not to spoil things, but why can't Duck just fly? I mean, sure, people can't fly unaided, but ducks can. The book even calls attention to "his super strong wings." Is this supposed to make Duck more relatable? So many unanswered questions.

    13. Good for primary grades children. A rhyming story about a group of farm animals trying to fly a kite. Super Duck has lots of ideas, but what they really need is wind. Once it goes up, frog goes with it and Super Duck becomes the hero after saving frog.

    14. In a series of very fun predictable books. Shares simple stories children can easily relate to. This one is about duck and the adventures he and his friends go on to find a lost kite. Animal books are always a great choice for children.Kindergarten reading level (predictable book)

    15. preschool; rhyming; this book is a bit long, but offers phonological awareness, narrative skillsThis book is about a duck who has to save the other animals from flying a kite into a tree. He is SUPER DUCK

    16. Another book for the storytime for the preschoolers. They loved this book!! They enjoyed the superman moves we did too. They loved the adventure, the gentle rhymes, the colors of the pages. Make way, Super Duck is here!! I loved it.

    17. A fun rhyming book about some farm animals that try to fly a kite, but it doesn't go so well. I borrowed this from the library to read with my 4 year old son. I could tell he enjoyed it and there were a few laughs as well. Not something we would read more than one, but it was an enjoyable book.

    18. Super Duck is back and this time he has to rescue Frog during a kite misadventure. A whimsical picture book full of rhymes that will have your child laughing out loud at Duck's silliness. Also a book that you will not mind re-reading for the tenth time in one night.

    19. Super Duck is on the way to save the day. Rhyming story with a repeat phrase that kids will love to shout during the reading of the story. Kite in the story makes it a good pick for spring.

    20. Duck is at it again! Although, this time, duck is a little more helpful and less selfish. ;-) I have a duck puppet that sort of looks like him and I tied a felt cape around him, the kids loved it.

    21. I read this one at the library with Dad. I didn't want to look it at first, but I eventually came over to listen to my Dad read it at the small roundtable.

    22. There's too much going on on each page to be good for toddler storytimes. Plus, I didn't like the illustrations very much.

    23. A fun read about a duck who just wants to be a hero. Good spring story with a kite in the subject. Ages 3+

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