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Storytime: Danny the Duck with No Quack [Illustrated] [Paperback]

Malachy Doyle , Janet Samuel

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1 Oct 2010 Storytime

Danny the Duck never has a word to say. One day, he wanders off in search of a tale to tell.

What will he find? Will he ever quack again?

Part of the QED Storytime series, this beautifully illustrated book introduces young children to the pleasures of reading and sharing stories, and includes supporting notes for parents and teachers.


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Malachy lives on a tiny island off the coast of Donegal, with his wife Liz, Milo the nightcat, Juno the wavedog, and a load of ducks and chickens.
His 90+ books, for young people of all ages, have been translated into 23 different languages and have won many prizes internationally.
Malachy likes walking the beaches and mountains of Donegal, skimming stones in the sea, whistling, drinking Lapsang Souchong tea, making up stories, playing table tennis, going to traditional music sessions, laughing, reading and sleeping.
Malachy's latest publication is The Happy Book, a delightful picture book from Bloomsbury all about being happy.

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JANET SAMUEL is a professional illustrator whose colorful art is featured in The Ten Commandments for Little Ones. As an illustrator of greeting cards and books, she has worked with numerous clients including QED, The Art Group, International Greetings, Pan Macmillan, Parragon, Scholastic, Fernleigh Books, and Lion Hudson. Janet lives with her daughter in South Wales.

MALACHY DOYLE is a prize-winning author of over 90 books for children of all ages. His stories have been translated into 23 different languages. He lives on a tiny island off the north-west coast of Ireland. Blast Off! is Malachy's fourth QED Storytime book, after Albert and Sarah Jane, Digger and Lew and Danny, the Duck with No Quack.


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Amazon.com: 3.5 out of 5 stars  4 reviews
2.0 out of 5 stars ... after reading about it on a list of books recommended for kids with selective mutism 8 Sep 2014
By TDM - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this book after reading about it on a list of books recommended for kids with selective mutism. I do not like this book--is is basically about a duck who is too shy to talk, and in turn, is coerced into doing things he doesn't want to because he doesn't speak up. While it eventually has a happy ending, I don't like the message it sends to kids with selective mutism--if you don't speak up, people will bully you around into doing what they want you to. There are much better books out there for kid with selective mutism and/or their classmates. Save your money with this one.
5.0 out of 5 stars ... s simple story with minimal story line that is perfect for a 3 year old to open up and ... 24 Oct 2014
By miguel&lucy basaldua - Published on Amazon.com
This is s simple story with minimal story line that is perfect for a 3 year old to open up and talk about being shy. There are notes in the back to help parents figure out what questions to ask their child. It hasn't changed my child's shyness, but it has helped identify and understand it for himself better. He will now say from time to time to express his fear, danny duck needs to get his quack back.
5.0 out of 5 stars Good book for understanding Selective Mutism 7 Sep 2013
By Rita - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
This book helps children understand their friends or family or themselves who have selective mutism. Must have for any preschool library.
2.0 out of 5 stars Danny the Duck 16 Dec 2011
By DLH - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
This story is about a duck (Danny) who, for some strange reason, doesn't talk. The other hens and ducks in the yard make fun of him for it. He gets fed up with the ridicule and goes off into the woods to find his quack but instead finds two hungry foxes. The foxes make Danny carry their pot and then fill it with water and only when they try to stick Danny in the pot does Danny magically find his voice. He runs back to the yard to tell the others and they help him run the foxes off.

Really not a fan of this book. The message of the book is confusing and I personally don't appreciate all the examples of bullying. This author has over 100 books on Amazon. Some of them are getting great reviews. Maybe try one of those!
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