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Angus and the Ducks

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2013

    Always a favorite

    This is a classic, beautifully illustrated story that is fun to read aloud, even for the fiftieth time. The illustrations of suburban life in the pre-war period (that's WW2) will be fascinating to children who know nothing about milk being delivered, trousers with suspenders, or wide empty roads. See also Angus Lost and Angus and the Cat, wish there were more but only three in this lovely little series about the curious Scottie dog.

    -Librarian's daughter

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  • Posted February 28, 2011

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    Highly Recommanded, the best book for children ages 3 - 7

    This book brings back the fondest memories of my childhood. My father and I used to walk to the Library every Saturday morning. This was our special time. He liked to check out mystery novels and I checked out Angus and the Ducks every single week. I was only 4, that was the only book I could read on my own. I knew all the charecters and what was going to happen to Angus next. I figured that if I had a book to read with me at all times that I could relate to, nobody would question why a little girl who was 4, was reading a book alone.

    At my grandchild's baby shower, it was requested that the gift was ackomplished with a book. There is no other book I wanted my grandchild to have. He has it in his library now, he does not need to check it out every week like I did.

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