8 pages long meaning: 4 pages with writing on both sides. Not really worth a credit in my mind!
This is a freebie that is given to children through Scholastic Book Clubs and is only about 8 pages long....it is not a full length book.
Very very short! More like a brochure than a book, but has a cute ending; especially for a small child who is discovering that if Duck can read, so could they!
I wouldn't waste your time with this one. It's not really a book- its merely a pamphlet. It's only a couple of pages long and in my opinion, should not be listed here.
I ordered this book thinking that it was a sequel to the WONDERFUL Duck on a Bike. Shame on me for not checking it out on Amazon first! This is one of those 6-page freebie books that Scholastic makes advertising well-known children's books -- and one they often throw into your book order for free! The pictures are from Duck on a Bike, just with different words, and as I mentioned, the book is only 6 pages long. My boys and I were looking forward to another adventure with Duck. Now I'm hoping they forget I ordered this. I certainly won't be reposting this book into PBS, because the book itself is not worth the cost of a credit.
In short, the next time I stumble upon what appears to be a new entry in a beloved children's series that I didn't know existed, I'll check it out before clicking the Order button! :(
Great Scholastic book for a beginning reader.
what comes after a duck on a bike? a duck reading a book. not as detailed as first book.
A fun book that encourages kids to learn to read!
For kids under 6-good bedtime book