David Shannon, the creator of Caldecott Honor Book, No, David!, fills the pages of this barnyard romp with sun-soaked color, charming animals, and unusual perspectives
David Shannon, the creator of Caldecott Honor Book, No, David!, fills the pages of this barnyard romp with sun-soaked color, charming animals, and unusual perspectives. We see Cat, for example, looming belly-first in the foreground, with Duck merrily pedaling away in the distance. The story itself is nothing to write home about-No, David! is far snappier and more original-but younger kids may well enjoy the repetitive crescendo and the goofy finale.
Second David Shannon book today. A duck on a bike, riding past large and colorful barnyard animals got the attention of not only my 5 yr old, but my 3 yr old twins as well. I can see why his books are beloved. I really want to read his No Dave books. This book had a little something for everyone and I would probably label it somewhere between a level 1 and level 2 book for beginner reader's.
One day down on the farm, Duck got a wild idea. I bet I could ride a bike," he thought. He waddled over to where the boy parked his bike, climbed on and began to ride. At first he rode slowly and he wobbled a lot, but. At first he rode slowly and he wobbled a lot, but it was fun! Duck rode past Cow and waved to her. "Hello, Cow!" said Duck. Moo," said Cow. But what she thought was, "A duck on a bike? That's the silliest thing I've ever seen!" And so Duck rides past sheep, horse, and all the other barnyard animals
First Scholastic paperback printing, October 2003"-Title page verso. This book was originally published in hardcover by the Blue Sky Press in 2002"-Title page verso.
First Scholastic paperback printing, October 2003"-Title page verso. A duck decides to ride a bike and soon influences all the other animals on the farm to ride bikes too.
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I wish I could ride a bike just like duck! Published by Thriftbooks. The ingenious text invites you to mimic the farm animals and be the most spirited reader you can be.
Listen online to Duck On A Bike - A duck on a bike? From Sheep to Horse to Chicken to Goat. everyone in the barnyard has something to say about Duck's zany idea. Listen in app. Impression.