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Duck’s Key: Where can it be?
Jez Alborough
Novelty Book – Lift the Flap
Ages 3 to 5
Kane/Miller, 2005, 1-929132-72-7
  Duck has lost the key for his truck and he begins to look all over the place for it. What he does not know is that Frog has the key and the mischievous little creature keeps putting the key in a new hiding place. First Frog is hiding in the flower pot but when Duck searches there Frog has already moved on and is now hiding under the door mat. It is easy to see that Frog is having great fun at the expense of his feathered friend. Poor duck! Is he ever going to be able to catch up with that wily frog?
  Minimal text with simple rhymes, wonderful large format full page illustrations, and amusing characters make this a winning little story. Young children will love lifting the flaps to see what naughty frog has to say next and they will certainly enjoy the surprise ending.
 

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