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Have you seen my duckling?

Nancy Tafuri

Have you seen my duckling?

by Nancy Tafuri

  • 212 Want to read
  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Greenwillow Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lost children -- Fiction.,
  • Ducks -- Fiction.,
  • Ponds -- Fiction.

  • About the Edition

    A mother duck leads her brood around the pond as she searches for one missing duckling.

    Edition Notes

    StatementNancy Tafuri.
    GenreFiction.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.T117 Hav 1984
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22971825M
    ISBN 100688027970, 0688027989
    LC Control Number8317196

    Featured Book Have You Seen My Duckling? by Nancy Tafuri This mostly wordless book takes your child on an adventure as he tries to find the missing duckling on each page. It might take some close looking the first time through the book to find the duckling, but your child will quickly catch on. Wordless books give readers the chance to make up. Have You Seen My Duckling? Book Information. Title: Have You Seen My Duckling? Author: Tafuri, Nancy. Isbn: A mother duck leads her brood around the pond as she searches for one missing duckling. Hook Your Students. Have you ever been .

    have you seen my duckling Download have you seen my duckling or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get have you seen my duckling book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Get this from a library! Have you seen my duckling?. [Nancy Tafuri] -- A mother duck leads her brood around the pond as she searches for one missing duckling. A duckling is missing! Mother Duck sails frantically around the pond, with the rest of her brood behind her.

      Have You Seen My Duckling? by Nancy Tafuri, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(K). Summary: Have you seen my Duckling is about a little duck that wanders off one morning following a butterfly. The mommy duck comes back and notices one baby is gone. The whole family then goes around Read full review/5(15).


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Have you seen my duckling? by Nancy Tafuri Download PDF EPUB FB2

My 2 year old loves asking the question, "have you seen my duckling?" to each animal and then searching the pond for the little lost duck in each picture. We also count the ducks on each page, which is fun counting practice for by: 4.

Have You Seen My Duckling is a great wordless story that tells a great story. The story is told with all images, and starts off with the first couple pages when one little duckling wanders off and gets separated from his family.

After this, each page has one sentence written on is that says "have you seen my duckling?"/5. Have You Seen My Duckling. By Nancy Tafuri, Nancy Tafuri. Grades. PreK-K WORD BOOK.

Genre. Fiction. None of the pond residents — bird, turtle, beaver, or fish — has seen Mother Duck's missing baby. But clever viewers of these charming color scenes can see that the duckling isn't really lost, just adventuring — and never very far away. Editions for Have You Seen My Duckling?: (Paperback published in ), (Board Book published in ), (Hardcover publi Cited by: 4.

The pictures tell most of the story in this book, which is fun for littles who can't read yet, but want to pretend that they can. My 2 year old loves asking the question, "have you seen my duckling?" to each animal and then searching the pond for the little lost duck in each picture/5.

"Have You Seen My Duckling" is an adorable and fun book for young readers. The repetition of the phrase, "have you seen my duckling" is the first thing that I enjoy about this book. It allows readers to get involved because they can read along with the teacher as the mother duck approaches different pond residents.

Next, I love the illustrations/5(14). Nancy is my cousin. So I am somewhat biased in my opinion. But I must say that I have passed this book on to all 13 of my step-grandchildren and every preschool teacher I have known.

It is excellent group reading, as the children get so excited when they see the duckling and Mommy Duck doesn't. Thanks Nancy for the legacy.5/5(5). Have You Seen My Duckling. is the simple story of a mama duck searching for her missing duckling. This is the perfect entry-level picture book for teaching beginner readers on how to retell and make connections.

The limited text will show students how important illustrations are to understanding meaning and structure in a picture book. Introducing this book to young children: CLLc Before reading Have You Seen My Duckling, ask the children if they have ever lost anything. Ask children what they did when they lost something.

Tell them about things you have lost and how it made you feel. Then, tell the children that you are going to read a story about a mommy duck that lost.

Nancy Tafuri's acclaimed picture books for the youngest child include the Caldecott Honor Book Have You Seen My Duckling?; Spots, Feathers, and Curly Tails; I love you, Little One; and In the Snow, written by Sharon Phillips lives with her family in Roxbury, Connecticut.4/5(4).

Nancy Tafuri is probably best known as the creator of Have You Seen My Duckling. a Caldecott Honor Book described by Parent's Choice as "beautifully precise yet emotionally affecting." Tafuri has authored more than 50 books over 30 years for the very young.

Tafuri was born in Brooklyn, New York. In any case, they fill the eye even as they tell the story--to the words, occasionally, of "have you seen my duckling?" A crane hasn't, a beaver hasn't, a turtle and a fish haven't--but we have, right along: for, of course, the little duckling is somewhere in every picture.

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Have You Seen My Duckling. was created with watercolors, ink, and pastel pencils for the soft feathers and in received the Caldecott Honor. What the Sun Sees, What the Moon Sees came nearly 13 years later, and now I'm a mother of a little 6-year-old girl. Have You Seen My Duckling. Nancy Tafuri, Author Puffin Books $ (32p) ISBN a feature that makes the book a game as well as a story and a series of lovely paintings,'' PW decided.

Download Have-you-seen-my-duckling ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to HAVE-YOU-SEEN-MY-DUCKLING book pdf for free now. Have You Seen My Duckling. Author: Nancy Tafuri ISBN: Genre:.

Genre: general fiction Publishing Information: Scholastic INC, 28 pages Awards: Caldecott Honor Book Summary: Have You Seen My Duckling uses more picture detail with minimal fact the only words in the book are have you seen my ducking repeated many times.

The pictures tell the story of a baby duck who wonders off one morning following a : Marybeth Black. Have You Seen My Duckling is the simple story of a mama duck searching for her missing duckling. This is the perfect entry-level picture book for teaching beginner readers how to retell and make connections.

The limited text will show students how important illustrations are to understanding meaning and structure in a picture book. None of the pond residents - bird, turtle, beaver, or fish - has seen Mother Duck's missing baby. But clever viewers of these charming color scenes can see that the duckling isn't really lost, just adventuring - and never very far away.

Have You Seen My Duckling. Author: Nancy Tafuri Series: Animal Stories Genres: Fiction, Picture Books Tags: AgesAges About the Book. An anxious mother duck leads her brood around the pond as she searches for one missing duckling.

Other Books in "Animal Stories" A Visitor for Bear. Barn Dance. The Raft. Make Way for Ducklings. Have You Seen My Duckling? by Nancy Tafuri. illustrated by Nancy Tafuri. We'd love you to buy this book, and hope you find this page convenient in locating a place of purchase.

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Board Book By: Nancy Tafuri Illustrated By: Nancy Tafuri Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 14 Vendor: Greenwillow Books Publication Date: Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 7 ounces ISBN: ISBN 4/5(1). It all began when one very curious little duckling decided to leave the nest and follow a moth on an adventure.

When Mommy Duck returns to her nest, only to find herself one duckling short, her quest begins to track him down in Have You Seen My Duckling?.

Throughout the story, Mommy searches high and low in the pond, asking all the animals, “Have you seen my duckling?”.