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by Jez Alborough


A rhyming, flap book introducing Jez Alborough's endearingly hapless character, Duck, to an even younger .

A rhyming, flap book introducing Jez Alborough's endearingly hapless character, Duck, to an even younger audience. Duck wants to take Frog out for a drive in his truck but he has lost his key and can't start the engine. Where can it be? Could Frog know anything about it? Lift the flaps in this engaging book, to help Duck find his ke. .

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Good lift-the-flap books provide a sense of discovery and the engaging pleasures of being a co-conspirator. This one from Alborough is a good one, exercising the bean while tickling the bone. It is a very simple affair: Duck, with his feather-fingered hands as big as Shaquille O'Neal and his cavernous orange beak, has lost the keys to his truck. Good lift-the-flap books provide a sense of discovery and the engaging pleasures of being a co-conspirator.

A rhyming, flap book introducing Jez Alborough's endearingly hapless character, Duck, to an even . Where can it be? Could Frog know anything about it? Lift the flaps in this engaging book, to help Duck find his key. About the Author: 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 Alborough, Author: Jez Alborough Illustrator: Jez Alborough. This humorous, interactive, lift-the-flap book introduces the reader to more of Duck's antics.

Duck’s Key – Where Can It Be?: Flap Book. With a nod to Dr. Seuss and a wink to John Burningham, Jez Alborough deals an irresistible lesson in rhyme and rhythm as well as storytelling, which is hugely entertaining.

Alborough’s Duck books are probably the most well known. These were the first books we found. In each, Alborough has a rhythmic rhyming story about how Duck tries to save the day, and Duck’s solutions usually cause additional problems much to our amusement. The Bear and Teddy books are also fun.

Infants love lift-the-flap books and Where is Maisy? is one of the best with simple, bright illustrations and friendly animal characters. The Maisy lift-the- flap series stands the test of time. Cards For Men Kids Laughing Alphabet Book Preschool Books Toddler Books Book Gifts Kids Reading Children's Literature Book Recommendations. Duck's Key: Where Can It Be?" flap book by Jez Alborough. Kids Book Recommendation 0-3 years.

His religious name is Swami Prem Anudas. Albrough was born in Kingston upon Thames, Southwest London. After attending obligatory school, Albrough earned his degree at the Norwich School of Art, where he published his first book A Bun Dance

Jez Alborough is the author and illustrator of over 45 books for children.

Jez Alborough is the author and illustrator of over 45 books for children. His Eddy and the Bear trilogy (which began with the much loved Where's My Teddy in 1992) has sold nearly four and a half million copies and was made into an award winning animated television series. Duck in the Truck (published in 1999) heralded the start of another bestselling series, this time featuring the irrepressible Duck and his three friends - Frog, Goat.

Duck has lost his silver key.I wonder where that key can be?Lift the flaps - take a peek,Frog is playing hide and seek.A rhyming, flap book introducing Jez Alborough's endearingly hapless character, Duck, to an even younger audience. Duck wants to take Frog out for a drive in his truck but he has lost his key and can't start the engine. Where can it be? Could Frog know anything about it?Lift the flaps in this engaging book, to help Duck find his key.

Duck's Key - Where Can It Be?: Flap Book epub download

ISBN13: 978-0007177653

ISBN: 0007177658

Author: Jez Alborough

Category: Teaching and Education

Subcategory: Schools & Teaching

Language: English

Publisher: HarperCollins (July 4, 2005)

Pages: 20 pages

ePUB size: 1410 kb

FB2 size: 1215 kb

Rating: 4.9

Votes: 750

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Hamrl
We love anything published of Jez Alborough. I have found that in most cases where books are written and illustrated by the same person the quality exceeds the norm. This is true of Jez. The Duck series is adorable and his rhyming is whimsical yet effective in telling a story. This naughty duck will remind parents of that one person in your life that is emotionally exhausting but here you can catch a chuckle. Duck presents a different predicament in each book. We have read them all!
Hamrl
We love anything published of Jez Alborough. I have found that in most cases where books are written and illustrated by the same person the quality exceeds the norm. This is true of Jez. The Duck series is adorable and his rhyming is whimsical yet effective in telling a story. This naughty duck will remind parents of that one person in your life that is emotionally exhausting but here you can catch a chuckle. Duck presents a different predicament in each book. We have read them all!
Ndyardin
What is the purpose of this book? I guess I haven't looked at a lift-the-flap book recently other than the Berenstain Bears books, so maybe it's just the lift the flap thing. The first two sentences are Duck saying, "I've lost the key to drive my truck," and then you move a plant out of the way with a flap and there's a frog hiding behind it who says, "I've got the key, don't tell Duck." Why? He looks like he's going on a vacation. He's got a suitcase! Why is this frog hiding this dang key from him? Every page you turn, the frog is moving to a different location with the key, and Duck never finds him. He just eventually finds that his keys are in the ignition (the final place the frog puts them) and then drives off without his suitcase.

Maybe I have to have read "Duck in the Truck," the first book in the series, to understand what's going on here, but I can't figure out why this frog is just tormenting this duck. Did he do something to his parents or something like that? Is he responsible for some kind of embarrassment in the past? It's not just that he's annoying the crap out of him. He never even ends up revealing that he was the one that put Duck through this, and Duck just ends up feeling like he solved the problem on his own. It's just bizarre.

I don't understand what the point of this book is, other than just being a weird lift-the-flap book of different places that the key could be. It rhymes, but the the second half of the rhyme is hidden behind a flap. Like, "Is it underneath the mat?" "You'll have to look harder than that." I don't know. I didn't care for it.

Message: When you can't find something, it's probably being hidden from you for no apparent reason by a small frog.

For more children's book reviews, see my website at drttmk dot com.
Ndyardin
What is the purpose of this book? I guess I haven't looked at a lift-the-flap book recently other than the Berenstain Bears books, so maybe it's just the lift the flap thing. The first two sentences are Duck saying, "I've lost the key to drive my truck," and then you move a plant out of the way with a flap and there's a frog hiding behind it who says, "I've got the key, don't tell Duck." Why? He looks like he's going on a vacation. He's got a suitcase! Why is this frog hiding this dang key from him? Every page you turn, the frog is moving to a different location with the key, and Duck never finds him. He just eventually finds that his keys are in the ignition (the final place the frog puts them) and then drives off without his suitcase.

Maybe I have to have read "Duck in the Truck," the first book in the series, to understand what's going on here, but I can't figure out why this frog is just tormenting this duck. Did he do something to his parents or something like that? Is he responsible for some kind of embarrassment in the past? It's not just that he's annoying the crap out of him. He never even ends up revealing that he was the one that put Duck through this, and Duck just ends up feeling like he solved the problem on his own. It's just bizarre.

I don't understand what the point of this book is, other than just being a weird lift-the-flap book of different places that the key could be. It rhymes, but the the second half of the rhyme is hidden behind a flap. Like, "Is it underneath the mat?" "You'll have to look harder than that." I don't know. I didn't care for it.

Message: When you can't find something, it's probably being hidden from you for no apparent reason by a small frog.

For more children's book reviews, see my website at drttmk dot com.
Whiteflame
Jez Alborough always has a clever twist in writing and illustrating books for children. My 2 year old son loves this book and has memorized it! It's not your ordinary lift the flap book, it makes you look and think on each page. We read it with a set of keys, a frog puppet, and a duck puppet. FUN! After we fell in love with this book, I noticed it was a top ten pick for toddlers in CHILD magazine! ENJOY!
Whiteflame
Jez Alborough always has a clever twist in writing and illustrating books for children. My 2 year old son loves this book and has memorized it! It's not your ordinary lift the flap book, it makes you look and think on each page. We read it with a set of keys, a frog puppet, and a duck puppet. FUN! After we fell in love with this book, I noticed it was a top ten pick for toddlers in CHILD magazine! ENJOY!