Little Quack s New Friend Widdle Waddle Piddle Puddle and Little Quack think there s nothing fun than playing with one another But one day a new creature splunks into their pond HE RIBBITS HE LEAPS AND HE S GREEN At firs

  • Title: Little Quack's New Friend
  • Author: Lauren Thompson Derek Anderson
  • ISBN: 9780689868931
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Widdle, Waddle, Piddle, Puddle, and Little Quack think there s nothing fun than playing with one another But one day a new creature splunks into their pond HE RIBBITS, HE LEAPS, AND HE S GREEN At first Little Quack is shy But pretty soon he just might be quacking AND ribbiting a new tune MAKING NEW FRIENDS RULES With rhythm and spirit, acclaimed author LaurenWiddle, Waddle, Piddle, Puddle, and Little Quack think there s nothing fun than playing with one another But one day a new creature splunks into their pond HE RIBBITS, HE LEAPS, AND HE S GREEN At first Little Quack is shy But pretty soon he just might be quacking AND ribbiting a new tune MAKING NEW FRIENDS RULES With rhythm and spirit, acclaimed author Lauren Thompson sails a key lesson about growing up, in Derek Anderson s splendidly illustrated pond.

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    1. Andrea Thomas11/19/2017Text to TeachingThis book is a good book for children to learn how to accept other students as they are. A game in which I would play with the students will be to have the students find a partner in the classroom and they will have a list of questions to ask their partner the questions so that they will get to know each other a little better. Then when they are finished with asking their partner all the questions then they will have to draw a picture of that student and wr [...]

    2. This is a very cute book and is about how Little Quack and his brothers and sisters become friends with a greeen frog named Ribit. At first, his brother and sisters don't want to become friends with the frog because he's green and he hops and he can't do anything that dicks can do. Little Quack becomes friends with Ribit because he doesn't care that he's green or different Little Quacks accepts Ribit for the friendship with him. Eventually, Little Quack's brothers and sisters become friends with [...]

    3. This book was for children ages 2-4 and I really enjoyed reading this one. In it there were five little ducklings who were all brothers and sisters and they loved to play together. One day a frog named Little Frog wanted to come and play with them but all of the brothers and sisters said no because he was a frog and that made him different than them. Little Quack however did not care that Little Frog was different than him and he just wanted to play so the two of them began to play together. As [...]

    4. Little quack has great adventures as he explores his world for the first times and many of the adventures are about this little duck coming into contact with something for the first time. A great little series that is wonderfully illustrated. The little duck is fully animated with a Hugh range of facial expressions.

    5. An energetic friendship story with a gentle message about appreciating differences. Also this is a useful picture book to add to a preschool counting unit.

    6. This is a funny, story with a many rhythmic sounding words, on friendship that young children will immediately love. The colors are bright and vibrant, and the children can identify with the frog being singled out and not accepted to play, by the other little ducklings because he was green, little, a frog and didn’t quack. But one little duckling wanted to play with him anyways and his name was Little Quack. Soon they hopped around, and played around in the mud, splashed in the water, until al [...]

    7. This book shows how one little duck decided to be friends with a frog even though his brothers and sisters would not be friends with him because he was different. This book shows the true meaning of friendship and how Little Quack's brothers and sisters eventually learn that having fun and playing together is more important than excluding the frog because he is different. I was most drawn into the story when Little Quack's brothers and sisters were making up excuses/reasons on why they could not [...]

    8. This book is a great way to show how little children sometimes interact. 4 ducks initially leave out a little frog, until they see him playing with the youngest duck. They eventually ask if they can join in playing, to which the frog and youngest duck immediately say, "sure!". My personal experience has involved being left out before, and everyone probably has an idea of what that might feel like. This might be great to read as a read aloud for enrichment purposes to kindergarteners. It would en [...]

    9. I thought this book was a light hearted way to bring up the theme of diversity. There is a frog who wants to become friends with five little ducks. At first, the ducks do not want to be friends with the frog, but little by little they realize that they all enjoy to play in the same ways. Even though they are different colors and different sizes, they still like the same things. I enjoyed the colors in the drawings. They were very bright and inviting. *Little Quack is the only duck at the pond wh [...]

    10. Little Quack has four siblings named Widdle, Waddle, Piddle, and Paddle. One day a frog named Ribbit came along and asked to play, everyone said no because he wasn't like them except little Quack. Little Quack and Ribbit went off to play and one by one the other quacks saw how much fun little quack and Ribbit were having. They each asked to play and in the end they all said to Ribbit that it was ok if he wasn't they same, they were all friends and wanted to play. I think this book could be used [...]

    11. Little Ribbit the frog finds it hard to make friends with a family of ducklings until Little Quack becomes his friend and, in doing so, helps his family see that Little Ribbit is not so different after all. As they play, little yellow duck and green frog find that they have a great deal in common and they have fun together. One by one all of Little Quack's siblings can't resist joining in the games. The text is fun to read aloud, describing the joy of play and filled with sound words like "Squas [...]

    12. This is an excellent story about five little ducklings and a little green frog. The little green frog want to play with the ducklings; however, only Little Quack is willing to put aside their differences and play with the frog. After the other ducklings see the fun Little Quack is having with his new friend, they join in one by one and all become friends. The repetitive text and decodable words makes this a good book for young readers. There is also a strong friendship message that is revealed t [...]

    13. This is a cute book and a fun follow-up to the book Little Quack. It appears that there is a whole series of books featuring this adorable character. We liked the message of inclusivity and our girls thought all of the onomatopoeia was funny. Recommend for Preschool through second grade.

    14. I picked this up at the library after I bought "Little Quack's Hide & Seek" and my son really liked it. This book is about Little Ribbit, Little Quack's new frog friend. At first, Little Quack's siblings don't like him because he is green, little, a frog and doesn't quack. But as the day wears on, they realize that it is okay for him to be different, when they have one thing in common - they all like to play. My son loved the illustrations and "sound effects" in the book. Recommended for age [...]

    15. Audience: Pre-K-1st gradeGenre: Picture BookTopic: FriendshipTheme: Acceptance of differencesReading Level: Early ReadersCurricular Uses: Read-Aloud, Independent Reading, Shared Reading Literary Elements: Repetition, onamotopoeia, dialogueIllustrations: Colorful illustrations that support the text. Helpful for early readers. Additional Comments; This book is adorable. Great for use with primary grades. Also, a great for for choral reading because of the many characters and frequent use of dialog [...]

    16. Natalie really likes Little Quack. This book isn't as wonderful as the bed time one, but it is good. There is the same sense of pattern and repetition, but it doesn't build up to the sleepiness of the bed time book (but that's probably because that's not its goal). Great illustrations and sound effect noises. The moral of friendship and acceptance is very clear, but welcome in a children's book.

    17. This book has such cute illustrations! Little Quack finds a new friend in a frog but his brothers and sisters don't want to be friends with the frog because he's green and doesn't do the things ducks do. Quack saw beyond the differences and made a great friend in the frog. This book is told in a rhythmic way and teaches children that you can have friends that are different from you and appreciate them for who they are.

    18. -Was very excited to find out there is a whole serious of Little Quack books.-Again has the five ducklings and they meet a new friend and have tons of fun together.-Even more play-on-words and some predictable phrases.-I like the theme of these books and how they share over-coming obstacles.-Could be a read-aloud at any grade level. Indivually reading may be harder with quotation marks and such, maybe around 2nd grade.

    19. A frog asks 5 ducklings to play; four of the ducklings refuse because the frog is too green. But little quack has such a fun time with the frog that the other ducklings eventually join in. This is a great book to read to the entire class or to read one on one since it is a board book. I would use this book in a thematic unit about friends. I like this book because it encourages children to make new friends despite how different they are from you.

    20. I feel that this book is a really good read for children because it makes them see that just because someone doesn't look the same as you or do the same things that you like to do, that doesn't mean that you can't or shouldn't be friends with them. Once you get to know them, you might have fun doing the things that they like to do and vise versa! It teaches children to not judge a book by it's cover.

    21. I felt that students in Elementary school would enjoy this book because of the rhyming and the illustrations. The meaning behind the story was very empowering, in the since that sometimes people (in this case ducklings and a frog) are different but in the end they can all be friends. Accepting people for being different and learning that fun can be had by all is so important in this day and age!

    22. My son has grown up with LIttle Quack. Even though he is almost seven, he picked this book out from the library, and he read it on his own. He still loves Little Quack. And so do I -- he's adorable.

    23. I have really tried to like the Little Quack books, and they are a great read for young children, but I am just not a huge fan. They are great to read aloud and kids like them, so this is a solid 3 stars, but just not book of the day material.

    24. Such a sweet book that gives the message to young children that anyone can be your friend, no matter what they may look like! It really encourages students to play with everyone who may be in the classroom, in the lunch room, or on the playground.

    25. I really like some books by Lauren Thompson, especially the Mouse's First series, but, honestly, the text in this one and in Little Quack kind of annoyed me. It is a cute story about including others different than yourself, though, so that's nice. Also, the pictures are really cute.

    26. A beautiful story about the true meaning of friendship. You don't have to be exactly the same to be a good friend!Wondeful pictures,with a timely message even more important in todays world, make this a book to treasure for many years to come.

    27. Super Super cute book! 5 little ducks meet a frog. 4 of the little ducks don't want to play, but after seeing all the fun the 1 duck and the frog are having, they join in. The illustrations are way cute, bright, and colorful. Did i mention it also has frogs???

    28. A beautiful story about the true meaning of friendship. You don't have to be exactly the same to be a good friend!Wonderful pictures,with a timely message even more important in today's world, make this a book to treasure for many years to come.

    29. Another Little Quack book. It's cute enough.A frog would like to play with the ducks. The ducks are rude save Little Quack. Off go the frog and Little Quack; they have a blast. Soon enough the other ducks want to join in all the fun. There's a lesson of tolerance here, if one is so inclined.

    30. This is a great book to help student's see that it's okay to be different and to play with those who are different. At first little quack is the only who one wants to play with little ribbit but the other ducklings see how much fun they are having. One by one they join the other two.

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