Lorna Scobie

Duck, Duck, Dad?

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Rated 3.0 out of 5
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A laugh out loud picture book that explores the meaning of family.
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When Ralph stumbles across an egg one day, he decides that the best thing for him to do is walk right on by. But, CRACK! the egg hatches, right then and there! What’s inside? An adorable, very fluffy little duckling. And though Ralph isn’t sure he wants a duckling, the duckling is definitely sure it wants Ralph! This book is a celebration of love and community that will resonate with families big and small.

Editors notes

Lorna Scobie is a London-based author-illustrator and book designer. Growing up surrounded by nature in the English countryside has heavily influenced her illustrations – her work often revolves around the natural world and animal kingdom. Lorna illustrates her work by hand, primarily using ink pens, watercolour and coloured pencils.

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Hardcover.

32 Pages.

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Reviewed by Chloe H.
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Rated 3 out of 5
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Cute book but

Very cute book but please note it is NOT hardcover like advertised in the specifications. Was already bent out of shape when arrived and I’m trying to build my nursery library with well-made hardcover books that will last the test of time so waste of money for me personally.

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Not great.

Our copy arrived with some of the pages still sealed together at the bottom. The story itself also is a bit lacking in actual depth and cohesion. One of those books that just feels a bit awkward to read! There is no moral to the story, no rhyming etc.

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Duck, Duck, Dad? by Lorna Scobie

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