Book Reviews of The Story About Ping

The Story About Ping
The Story About Ping
Author: Marjorie Flack, Kurt Wiese
ISBN-13: 9780590757478
ISBN-10: 0590757474
Publication Date: 1961
Pages: 32
Rating:
  • Currently 4.6/5 Stars.
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4.6 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic
Book Type: Hardcover
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Recent edition of 1933 children's classic. Read this to any age audience and they'll all stop and either remember lovingly or sit entranced as they meet Ping for the first time.
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This is a cute Childrens book about duckies. Ping misses getting on to the boat with his relatives and works on finding them. A really cute book.
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A cute story about a duck. This book is used in the Five in a Row curriculum.
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A story set in China from the duckling's point of view about being left behind, almost eaten for dinner, and at last reunited with his family.
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This is one of my favorite children's books
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The last duck to cross the bridge get a spank!!
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This was my favorite book when I was four - I knew the whole text by heart!
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little duck has an adventure on the river and almost gets eaten. cute story, can use it to teach punctuality or obedience.
sonlight curriculum.
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Great literature for kids!
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sonlight curriculum.
kids liked it - short story.
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I used this with my son's Five in a Row curriculum. My son thought it was ok, I disliked it. They are mean to the duck...is the idea to teach children to go home on time so they aren't beaten? It also has a huge run on sentence towards the end. I know many people consider this a clasic, but I found it annoying. I would skip this one in the Five in a Row curriculum and go straight on to "A Pair of Red Clogs".
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A must have for your child's book collection!