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John Philip Duck

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2007

    A JOYFUL BOOK

    By: Patricia Polacco I think this book is a great, 5 , heart-warming book. You¿ll always want to know what will happen next. This is one of my top 10 books I have read in my whole life! You duck lovers will especially love it! This book is about a boy Edward and how he finds a tiny little duckling that dances when it hears a song by John Philip Sousa. With this, Edward names his duck John Philip Duck. If you like books with humor and excitement this is the book for you!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2007

    Amazing

    The book, John Philip Duck, is great! I loved it! It is a great story about a boy, named Edward Pembroke, in the Great Depression. He finds a tiny duckling without a mother and keeps it. He works at a hotel and sneaks his duck past the hotel manager. He named his duck John Philip Duck, after John Philip Sousa, a marching band leader. John Philip became very well-known, for a duck. People from around the world came to see the ducks march! This story is based on a true story about the Great Depression, a hotel with marching ducks, and the first official duck master, Edward Pembroke. I recommend this book to anyone!

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