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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Little Quack Counts (Board Book)

Released June 2009

Reviewed by Bob Walch

Little Quack and his sister Widdle practice their numbers in this soft cover, padded board book. Off on a little adventure, the pair first see a single butterfly, then two fish, three ladybugs, four purple wildflowers and five bees.

OOPS! Five bees! It looks like it is time to make a mad dash for home, but on the way they pass four frogs, three dragonflies, and two turtles
before they get back to one Mama Duck!

I don't think anyone has created a cuter duckling than Derek Anderson and the success of the Little Quack series confirms that preschoolers (and their parents) love this adventurous duck as well. The priceless expressions on all the creatures in this counting book, including the tiniest of insects, make them fun to gaze at.

This splendid, inexpensive picture book will help your preschooler master some simple counting skills and have fun doing it.

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