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Where Are You, Little Zack?

by Stephanie Gordon Tessler

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Four brother ducks, who's names rhyme, take a trip to the city on a train. Little Zack Quack becomes missing and the other three brothers explore the city while looking for Little Zack Quack. As the story continues, each person they come in contact with follows them on their mission to find their missing brother. None of the brothers realize that Little Zack Quack is actually with them the entire time but the reader will have to look really hard on each page to find him. ( )
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Zack Quack and his brothers take the train to New York City where Zack gets lost, and the three brothers are joined by increasing numbers of city folks trying to find him.

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