Duck, Duck, Dinosaur (Hardcover)

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Duck, Duck, Dinosaur (Hardcover)

Three eggs in a nest begin to wiggle and wobble, until CRACK! CRACK! CRACK! It’s a duck . . . duck . . . DINOSAUR! 

This story is in the same vein as the film called Lambert the Sheepish Lion a Disney animated short film that was released in 1952.  For those who have never seen the movie, it’s about a lion cub that is mistakenly left with a flock of sheep by a stork and grows up knowing he is quite different from his siblings.  In Duck, Duck, Dinosaur, we get to meet Feather, Flap, and Spike. They all hatch together in their eggs, but one of the siblings stands out.  While two of the siblings are ducks, Spike is a DINOSAUR!   Just like Lambert, this picture book captures your heart when all the siblings make a big splash together.  This is the perfect book for all kinds of families, particularly ones that are blended!  Just because you may not be blood related, families come in all shapes, sizes, and SPECIES and this playful and clever story has a dino-sized heart.  Awwww!

About the Author:  Kallie George is the author of several children’s books, including the Magical Animal Adoption Agency chapter book series. She holds a master of arts in children’s literature from the University of British Columbia, and she is also an editor. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, with her sweet, funny family.

About the Illustrator:  Oriol Vidal has been an illustrator and storyboard artist for more than ten years. When he’s not drawing or painting, he loves spending time with his family outdoors. Many of the nature scenes in this book were inspired by his frequent walks through parks with his daughter. He lives in Barcelona, Spain.

Duck, Duck, Dinosaur (Hardcover)

http://www.harpercollins.com/childrens

List Price: $17.99 (Currently on sale for $ 15.42 at Amazon Prime)

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