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Tales From a Duck Named Quacker: The Story Begins

by Ricky Van Shelton

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Ricky Van Shelton has created this book about Quaker the duck and his expeditions. In this book Quaker wags his tail like a dog and all the other animals question him about why he does this. The story deals with the fact that it is OK to be yourself even if it is not what others think is "right".

I love this series of books. They are very comical while portraying an important message. Children really seem to enjoy them as well.

I would use this book to teach children how to treat others, as a comical story when learning about ducks, and also when studying about authors (the author of this book is also a singer). ( )
  kariemoorehead | Oct 27, 2008 |
This book is really cute and funny. It teaches you to just be yourself. It is a good lesson to learn, so you could read this at any time in your classroom. It also had great pictures. You could have your students make or draw a duck and say what makes it unique. ( )
  ceoliver | Oct 21, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0963425706, Paperback)

This book is dedicated to Bettye Shelton. For by the grace of God she put all the elements together for this story to become a book. Her love and dedication to this story makes it possible for all to enjoy. For this I thank you. --Ricky Van Sheltonvingly to life.h man reach Danzig with Jewish children without being apprehended?eir lives.ess, a better friend.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:21:07 -0400)

When Quacker the duck wags his tail like a dog, his friends think there is something wrong until Quacker explains that everyone is different and it is fine to be yourself.

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