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Dawdle Duckling (Anglais) Broché – 1 février 2005


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Exemplifies disrespectful children 19 avril 2010
Par HF Engineer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
The story has a rythm of Mamma calling the duckling "Quack, Catch up!" and the duckling responds "No! I won't catch up!". Five or six times this happens! SERIOUSLY!??? Is this the behavior you want your children to emulate????? I knew I didn't like it, but when I heard my 4 year old respond "No! I won't ___" to what I had just asked her to do, that was the tipping point and this book went in the recycling bin--not even donated, so as not to add to the generation of children already disrespectful to their parents/teachers. Perhaps if there had been some negative cosequence--such as the duckling had actually appeared FRIGHTENED when the alligator appeared--the story would have redeeming value. As it is, I highly recommend NOT purchasing this book--or even checking it out from a library.
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Mom of dawdler laughed all the way through 23 février 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Am I the only mom who always seemed to be saying, "Hurry up"? At one point, my oldest son said solemnly, "But I don't LIKE to hurry." Somehow it was a revelation. Oh. He doesn't LIKE to hurry. Anyone who has dealt with a dawdler will find this book hysterically funny...and great fun to share with kids. Toni Buzzeo has put her finger perfectly on the situation--and her dawdle duckling is a real charmer who doesn't get whapped with some punishment at the end but realizes for himself that there is a time to dawdle and a time to get zippy! Fabulous toddler book.
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A time to dawdle and a time to swim. 2 juillet 2014
Par Hope Irvin Marston - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Margaret Spengler’s ducklings are fantastic in their stylish straw hats as they paddle along behind their mother. What a surprise to turn the page and find a larger-than-life Dawdle Duckling “doing his own thing.” Though he’s enjoying his own world, still he knows it’s time to obey when danger assails.

I loved these in-your-face drawings of the dawdler. The double-spread cover is so appropriate to the story.

I appreciate the storyline because my grandniece Kristen was just like Dawdle Duckling. She survived very well, thank you, and now she’s herding her own three little ones through life.

-Hope Irvin Marston, author of MY LITTLE BOOK OF WOOD DUCKS.
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A cute book 20 juillet 2014
Par Kurt A. Johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The good little ducklings stay with their momma, but Dawdle Duckling just wants to play and so he does not listen to his momma. But, there are dangers out there, and that shows Dawdle Ducking that it is time to get close to his momma!

This is a cute book – brightly colored, with a fun set of illustrations. I liked the story, and my three-year-old liked saying the repeated lines along with me. We enjoyed this book and recommend it to you and your little reader!
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Dawdle Delights! 18 février 2003
Par "julianewberry" - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Toni Buzzeo shows extraordinary versatility in moving from her exquisitely lyrical picture-book debut, THE SEA CHEST (Fall '02), to this adorable story of a duckling who dawdles behind Mama and siblings. "NO! Quack! Quack!" says Dawdle Duckling, when Mama asks him to catch up. "I won't catch up." Children will love chiming in on Dawdle's refrain, and adults and children alike will be enchanted by the patterns in and music of Buzzeo's language. The illustrations wonderfully capture the playful fun of the text--a treat for the ear, and the eye, and the funnybone!
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