Icky Little Duckling
Written by Steve Smallman
Illustrated by Tim Warnes
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What a delightful story featuring a rather bemused rabbit who ends up with none other than a duckling in his burrow. However, rabbit doesn't want duckling to stay but duckling has other ideas. I wonder if they'll learn to live with each other or not.
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Icky Little Duckling by Steve Smallman
One day, Mr Rabbit finds a smooth, speckly, perfect thing in the woods, and takes it back to his neat and tidy burrow. But this perfect thing is not quite what he thinks ... Suddenly, CRACK! out hatches an icky, sticky duckling! Mr Rabbit does not want something icky and sticky in his lovely burrow, but the little duckling has other ideas...
About the Author
Interest Age: From 4
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Little Tiger Press an imprint of Magi Publications
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