Super Duck by Jez AlboroughSuper Duck by Jez Alborough

Super Duck

byJez Alborough

Paperback | May 28, 2009

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Hilarious, action-packed new title in the bestselling Duck in the Truck series from highly-regarded picture book creator, Jez Alborough.Make way SUPER DUCK is here!Goat is eager to try out his new kite with the help of friends, Sheep and Frog. But, just they are about to see if it will fly, Super Duck arrives in his super truck. And, as always when Duck is around, things are bound to go wrong! Indeed it is not long before Frog is carried up into the sky on the end of the kite's string. Poor Frog!Can Super Duck save the day?
Jez was born in Kingston upon Thames in 1959. He went to art school in Norwich and then set about entering the competitve world of children's books.Jez has now written and illustrated over thirty picture books for children, he was runner up of the 1985 Mother Goose Award with his first book Bare Bear.Jez lives in Richmond, Surrey, with...
Title:Super DuckFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pagesPublished:May 28, 2009Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0007273274

ISBN - 13:9780007273270

Appropriate for ages: 3 - 5

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Editorial Reviews

'With a nod to Dr. Seuss and a wink to John Burningham, Jez Alborough deals an irresistible lesson in rhyme and rhythm as well as storytelling, which is hugely entertaining.' Child EducationReviews for Duck in the Truck:'Rhyme, illustration, wit and inventiveness combine to produce outstanding quality.' TES Primary'Alborough's text is perfect for reading out loud and the mix of close-up and panoramic illustrations give an animated, live-action feel.' Junior'Colourful, arresting and busting with action.' Child EducationPraise for Hit the Ball Duck:'A really great story; the best Duck book so far.' The Guardian