Daniel's Duck

Paperback | April 7, 1982

byClyde Robert Bulla

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Daniel is hurt when others laugh at his wood carving, until he learns that giving people pleasure takes a very special gift. ‘Good, warm feelings result from reading this gentle tale set in rural Tennessee during pioneer days.' 'CS. ‘A lovely book on all counts.' 'NYT.

Notable Children's Books of 1979 (ALA)

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A novice wood carver is momentarily defeated when people laugh at the result of a winter of work.

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Daniel is hurt when others laugh at his wood carving, until he learns that giving people pleasure takes a very special gift. ‘Good, warm feelings result from reading this gentle tale set in rural Tennessee during pioneer days.' 'CS. ‘A lovely book on all counts.' 'NYT. Notable Children's Books of 1979 (ALA)

Clyde Robert Bulla is the author of over fifty books for children including The Secret Valley and The Story of Valentine’s Day. He has been writing since 1946 when he published his first book, The Donkey Cart. Mr. Bulla was the first recipient of the Southern California Council on Children’s Literature award for distinguished contribut...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:64 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.16 inPublished:April 7, 1982Publisher:HarperCollins

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0064440311

ISBN - 13:9780064440318

Appropriate for ages: 6 - 8

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A novice wood carver is momentarily defeated when people laugh at the result of a winter of work.