• Title: Katy Duck, Dance Star
  • Author: Alyssa Satin Capucilli
  • ISBN: 9781416933373
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Board Book
  • Katy Duck Dance Star Meet Katy Duck a sometimes shy sometimes brave not so ordinary duck whose determination and can do spirit always seems to wing doubts in the opposite direction Toddlers will relate to Katy s befud
    Meet Katy Duck, a sometimes shy, sometimes brave, not so ordinary duck, whose determination and can do spirit always seems to wing doubts in the opposite direction Toddlers will relate to Katy s befuddlements, mishaps, and triumphs as she learns to make new friends, stand on her own two feet, and try new things all of which can be daunting and exhilirating for this age gMeet Katy Duck, a sometimes shy, sometimes brave, not so ordinary duck, whose determination and can do spirit always seems to wing doubts in the opposite direction Toddlers will relate to Katy s befuddlements, mishaps, and triumphs as she learns to make new friends, stand on her own two feet, and try new things all of which can be daunting and exhilirating for this age group In this third adventure in the Katy Duck series, this dancing duck learns an important lesson about consideration Katy s aunt sends her the perfect dance star accessory a new, pink boa But as Katy puts herself center stage, this dance diva learns that doing what she wants may not be what s best for everyone Perfect for the toddlers, this board book comes with rounded corners.

    One Reply to “Katy Duck, Dance Star”

    1. Definitely a little girl book. My son had NO interest whatsoever. It's funny, because it's trying to teach a lesson about a little duck who gets a boa from her Aunt and she wants to wear it everywhere, but it ends up causing problems- it's so long it gets caught on things and tangled. I'm not sure if this is meant to be applicable, and if so, I'm not sure how. Maybe if my son wants to wear a cape everywhere? Frankly, I would find that adorable.

    2. Katy Duck gets a beautiful boa. She decides she wants to wear it for the day. Her Mother suggests she leave it at home. She wears it anyway. The story shows how her boa bothers other people. She finally realizes it in her dance class and apologizes for ruining everyone else’s dancing. I enjoyed the story and pictures. I liked that the duck learned a lesson about listening to her Mother. I also liked that the duck apologized to her friends.

    3. Katy Duck is a new favorite at our house. She's cute. The reading is fun and makes a great read aloud.

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