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Ten Little Rubber Ducks by Eric Carle

by Eric Carle

Ten Little Rubber Ducks Book Review
The book is based on a true event involving rubber ducks that were swept over board from a cargo ship. It involves animals that Bean (our son) finds interesting from different parts of the globe. We had to read it over and over again after a trip to San Diego where we saw ducks, seals, dolphins, sea gulls and other animals, all of which are mentioned in the book. This book is truly an exciting voyage of discovery.

Reading To Toddlers Benefits
As the adventure develops, Ten Little Rubber Ducks teaches children biology, geography, cardinal and ordinal numbers and prepositions. Our son started counting with this book, which is a very important development stage in any toddler's life.

About Ten Little Rubber Ducks
Ten Little Rubber Ducks is based on an actual event, which is turned into great toddler book of adventure and imagination. The size of this book makes it a little bit difficult to carry when traveling, but it is a great educational tool when for reading at home. Ten Little Rubber Ducks is recommended for ages two to four, which is in line with our experience. Although, our little one started enjoying this book when he was 20 months old.

About Eric Carle
Eric Carle was born in New York in 1929. He is an author of more than seventy books. Ten Little Rubber Ducks, Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See, and the Very Hungry Caterpillar are three of his most recognizable books for babies and toddlers.

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