A hilarious new adventure featuring the infamous Duck and his long-suffering friends, Sheep, Goat and Frog.
Duck and friends go out one day
with a bat, a ball and a glove to play.
Duck hits the ball – but where does it fall?
On a branch in the tree, now they can’t play at all.
Frog has an idea, Duck lends a hand
but nothing turns out quite as planned.
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PRAISE FOR DUCK'S KEY WHERE CAN IT BE?
"The simple story builds up by involving the reader – a bit like the pantomine 'he's behind you' concept. Interactive fun." Junior Magazine
"For its vibrant simplicity, this bright and bold open-the-flap book is irresistible... will continue to delight for many readings." Guardian
"... will make reading together a hoot" BBC Parenting
“A really great story; the best Duck book so far”
“With a nod to Dr Seuss and a wink to John Burningham , Jez Alborough deals an irresistible lessn in rhyme ans rhythm, as well as storytelling, which is hugely entertaining”
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 London with his Danish wife.
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