Two Dumb Ducks

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Alfred A. Knopf, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Steve and Carl are ducks. Steve likes cans. Carl likes socks. But Steve and Carl don't like being called dumb by seagulls. Steve and Carl don't get mad. Steve and Carl don't get angry. Steve and Carl get even, though not in the way they originally intended.
 
Maxwell Eaton, creator of the Max and Pinky books, introduces us to two lovable and quirky ducks who kids are sure to cheer for in this clever anti-bullying book.

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User Review  - bananajames29 - LibraryThing

Two quirky and different ducks are minding their own buisness when birds above them start picking on them. They call the two ducks dumb and they just don't understand why some birds would do such a ... Read full review

TWO DUMB DUCKS

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Despite a mild cover featuring simple rubber-ducky types, you'd be a dumb duck to assume a toddler audience for this sly humor. Using bright, flat colors and generic two-dimensional shapes, Eaton ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Maxwell Eaton is a fine arts graduate of St. Lawrence University. In addition to Two Dumb Ducks, Max is the author/illustrator of Knopf's much-beloved Max and Pinky series.

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