Sitting Ducks

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Puffin Books, Jan 1, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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Day after day, brand new ducks roll off a giant assembly line operated by alligators at the Colossal Duck Factory. They are loaded into trucks and taken to Ducktown, where they are fattened up in preparation for their final destination—into the stomachs of alligators. Everything proceeds smoothly, until the day one of the alligators decides to take a wayward duck home. Over time, the alligator grows fond of his future dinner. Can a duck and an alligator really be friends in an alligator-eat-duck world? Find out in this charming and humorous friendship story.

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SITTING DUCKS

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Bedard's satirical picture book debut features his poster duck, who, with his many cloned brethren, figure here as the product of the Colossal Duck Factory. It's a prosperous concern operated under ... Read full review

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User Review  - conuly - LibraryThing

Sorta touching story about a crocodile who accidentally befriends a duck. He didn't mean to befriend the duck, understand. He just wanted to fatten him up. But things happen. You know how it is. When ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Michael Bedard has received world-wide acclaim for his humerous and allegorical paintings featuring his now famous duck characters. His most well-known poster, Sitting Ducks, ranks among the top-selling and most widely recognized images in the history of this medium. Born in Windsor, Canada, Michael now resides with his family in Topanga, a small rural community outside of Los Angeles.
Michael Bedard has received world-wide acclaim for his humerous and allegorical paintings featuring his now famous duck characters. His most well-known poster, Sitting Ducks, ranks among the top-selling and most widely recognized images in the history of this medium. Born in Windsor, Canada, Michael now resides with his family in Topanga, a small rural community outside of Los Angeles.

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