Duck on a Bike W/CD

Duck on a Bike W CD Caldecott Honor winner David Shannon applies his wonderful off beat humor to the story of a duck who decides to try riding a bike and loves it FORMAT Paperback book CDNARRATOR Walter Mayes One day dow

  • Title: Duck on a Bike W/CD
  • Author: David Shannon
  • ISBN: 9781627659833
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Caldecott Honor winner David Shannon applies his wonderful off beat humor to the story of a duck who decides to try riding a bike and loves it FORMAT Paperback book CDNARRATOR Walter Mayes One day down on the farm, Duck got a wild idea I bet I could ride a bike, he thought He waddled over to where the boy parked his bike, climbed on and began to ride At firsCaldecott Honor winner David Shannon applies his wonderful off beat humor to the story of a duck who decides to try riding a bike and loves it FORMAT Paperback book CDNARRATOR Walter Mayes One day down on the farm, Duck got a wild idea I bet I could ride a bike, he thought He waddled over to where the boy parked his bike, climbed on and began to ride At first he rode slowly and he wobbled a lot, but it was fun Duck rode past Cow and waved to her Hello, Cow said Duck Moo, said Cow But what she thought was, A duck on a bike That s the silliest thing I ve ever seen And so Duck rides past sheep, horse, and all the other barnyard animals.

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    1. Another adorable invention by David Shannon, one of our families favorite authors. A duck on a bike, riding past large and colorful barnyard animals got the attention of not only my 5 yr old, but my 3 yr old twins as well. This book had a little something for everyone and I would probably label it somewhere between a level 1 and level 2 book for beginner reader's. Lately, as I get more busy with instituting a lesson plan for the twins, I have my 5 yr old read books to them, and this one was perf [...]

    2. I've heard kids ask for this one and finally was able to read it. At first, it seemed just OK. But as I imagined how I could read it in a storytime (with animal noises inflected with what they were meaning), I could see how fun this book could be. Then I reached the climax. And, yeah. I like this book a lot now.7/20/10 & 7/22/10 Both preschool groups enjoyed this book. I was able to get the animal noises just right (which was fun for me!). The chatty Tue group talked over me here and there, [...]

    3. This particular story provokes the deliberation: is it possible one's favorite book and the book one can hardly stand to finish be one in the same? If this is, indeed, theoretically possible, Duck on a Bike covers each end of the spectrum fully. From the very beginning, each page allows the reader to delve into the world of a new and different farm animal. From Cow to Horse to Pig to Mouse, the different voices and sounds create a beautiful symphony of bewilderment and adoration for the ever-tal [...]

    4. I have this book memorized now. I think it's my 3 year old's favorite book. It has surpassed even "Goodnight Moon".The illustrations are worth buying this book for, and the story is a bit silly, but 3 year olds love silly. Duck lives on a farm, and decides he's going to ride a bike. As he rides around the barnyard, gradually getting braver by riding no "hands", no "feet", and standing on the seat, the other animals take observation and greet him or say non-helpful things to him. He almost runs o [...]

    5. Duck on a Bike by David Shannon is a story of a curious duck who tries to ride a bike one day and gets the attention of other animals during this adventure. As the duck rides past the barnyard animals, different animals think about this adventure as silly, brave, dangerous and some others call the duck a show off. Suddenly, when a group of kids run into the barnyard and leave their bikes outside, all the animals ride the bike just like duck did.This story can be used in k-3 classrooms to teach d [...]

    6. David Shannon's Duck on a Bike is hilarious. A duck on a farm is staring at a bike. "I bet I could ride a bike," he thought. He was wobbly at first, but eventually got pretty good. He kept driving by different animals on the farm. Some were jealous. Some told him to be careful. Some were impressed. Then, several kids came storming in on their bikes and parked them outside the house to visit. All of the animals then praised Duck for his awesome idea as all the farm animals started riding on bikes [...]

    7. One day Duck was on a farm and got a wild idea. "I bet i could ride a bike," duck said. So he waddled over to where this boy had a parked bike, got on it and started riding the bike through town. At first Duck rode slowly and wobbled a lot, but it was a great time! As duck proceeds to keep riding, he passes a cow, a sheep, a horse and a bunch of other farm animals. All thinking it was very silly that duck was riding a bike. Suddenly after a huge group of kids start riding their bikes down into t [...]

    8. This is literally the pinnacle of literary achievements. Nothing has ever been as good and nothing ever will be. Don't even bother trying to read another book. You know as you do, your heart is softly crying. You'll feel upset and won't realize why. It's because you made the wrong choice. You put Duck On A Bike down. Never put Duck On A Bike down. Never.

    9. This book talks pretty subtly about how when people get jealous of something, they make excuses for not liking it. I really enjoyed the definitive pronouns Shannon used in writing the book, making the reader feel immediately in the story's world. I also loved the goat's line, "'I'd like to eat that bike!'" And who can blame him? It's a shiny red pretty!

    10. One of my favorite duck books for story time. 4/20/11Still a hit, was checked out after story time. 5/16/12Still a huge hit with the children identifying the animals (except the goat) and making all the animal sounds. 4/21/15A hit again in story time.

    11. An awfully cute book about a bike-riding duck who inspires the other barnyard animals to do the same.

    12. my 3 year old love this book so much that he's practically memorized it he reads it over and over and over again

    13. Duck gets the chance to ride a bike jumping right on. He rides through the barnyard greeting his friends. His friends seem not impressed but when given the chance they all jump on bikes too.Picture book- Story is told through illustrations and words.Writing traits-1- Voice- Throughout the book the animals and duck are having a conversation. It is obvious what each animal thinks of Duck riding a bike.2-Conventions- Good example of quotation marks used when a character is talking. Capitalize prope [...]

    14. Duck on a Bike by David ShannonCopyright: 2002Genre: Humorous Picture BookLiterature Requirement: Book written by David Shannon*Spoiler Alert* Another humorous book by David Shannon, Duck on a Bike lives up to the David Shannon name. The pictures are very pristine and beautiful and add depth to the story. Duck, the main character in the story, decides to ride a bike. All the other animals have a different opinion on Duck riding the bike. I feel all the different animals’ reactions are how peop [...]

    15. We got this one again for me. But when I brought it home and showed it to B, she almost hyperventilated, she was so excited. This book (and an amazing SLP) helped my daughter to understand story telling sequence. It increased her reading comprehension to something measurable instead of something always so elusive. Reading it again after so many years was interesting. There were more words and more animals than I remember. Then I also remembered that we had to deconstruct the book to make it more [...]

    16. As you can tell from the title, this story has two main parts to it: a duck and a bike. This duck borrows a bike for a little bit of adventure. He rides past all of his friends who do not all say what they are thinking. Each animal just makes his or her animal noise, but each comment means something completely different. Eventually, a group of kids riding bikes decides to take a break near the barnyard, so each animal grabs a bike and begins to understand why the duck enjoyed his ride so much. T [...]

    17. In this story a duck decides to go on an adventure on a bike he took from a boy living in the house next to the barn. He rides the bike around the barn showing off his bike riding skills to the other animals around the farm who think that the duck is just showing off and ignore him. Later, the other animals find more bikes left in front of the house near the barn. Out of curiosity the farm animals get on the bikes and decide to try out what the duck had been doing the whole time, riding a bike. [...]

    18. This book is about a duck that learns how to ride a bike. As the duck rides around and passes his other animal friends, they think it is the most bizarre thing in the world that a duck would be riding a bike. When enough bikes for the other animals happen to appear, they all grab one and learn to ride. In the end, all of the animals enjoyed riding the bikes.I enjoy David Shannon's use of humor in his books. His illustrations are lively and colorful. I thought this book was very quirky and a fun [...]

    19. Duck on a Bike was written and illustrated by David Shannon. It is a fun book for all younger ages. Throughout this fun and adventurous book Duck rode passed all his barnyard friends and soon they were riding all over the barnyard, but no one found out that there were many different animals riding bikes that day. Duck on a Bike teaches children some farm animals and there sounds. It is a fiction picture book because of the animals being able to ride a bike and due to the colorful and accurate pi [...]

    20. "Duck On A Bike" by David Shannon is about a duck who decides to ride a bike. While riding the bike the animals that passed the duck were either confused, scared, or nervous for the duck because it was a weird thing for him to do. The illustrations shown throughout this story were cute as they covered the whole page with its bright colors showing the duck's journey. I liked how this would be a good book to read to children to introduce them to the many different animals and the noises that they [...]

    21. Fun and colorful - the endpapers even creatively display the bright ribbons on duck's bike handles. Not a whole lot to the story, as it repetitively introduces each barnyard animals and his or her objection to duck's zany idea of riding a bike. Younger readers will enjoy seeing what each of their objections are, and also how that changes when bikes are suddenly made available for all to ride. A School Library Journal Top 100 picture book.

    22. When Duck decides to ride a bike, the other farm animals think he's crazy. Or is he? I originally chose this book so we could practice our sequencing and ordering. But this story is funny with colorful, expressive illustrations that really pull you in. The children understood the humor and are already looking forward to the sequel.

    23. I really liked this book because I think it did a good job having structure and a pattern and also making sure each page had something different. I think it will be cool for kids to see all the different animals on each page. The kids will also have a lot of fun and think it's silly that a duck and all the other farm animals are riding the kid's bikes.

    24. Cute book. Duck decides to ride a bike. He makes it look fun and easy. Friends come over to visit the boy, and now all the animals have bikes, so they all give it a try. Afterward, they put the bikes back where they found them, and no one was the wiser

    25. This book is very funny. I read it to my 8 year old and she loved it. I enjoyed it myself. The illustrations are bright and attractive. The words were also very simple. This would be an amazing book for young readers.

    26. #98 on School Library Journal's Top 100 Picture BooksRead at Storytime on July 5thTheme: Favorite StoriesThe kids loved that the animals get just as excited to ride as duck. In fact, they had to comment on how they ride their bikes.

    27. The illustrations in this book are wonderful, they really capture the feelings of each animal. My favorite is the concerned sheep, you can see the worry in the sheeps eyes as duck rides by on the bike. I thought this was a cute book and worth reading.

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