A new book hit the shops last week celebrating friendship, inclusivity and being yourself. One that helps teach children about diversity and accepting people for who they are.
“Duck wants to join a club. But he needs to be able to ROAR like a lion to join the lion club, or TRUMPET to join the Elephant Club. And all he can do is QUACK! Whats a Duck to do? Why, set up his own club of course… where everyone is welcome to join.”
A brilliant book for three to six year olds, who will enjoy following Duck through this fun story.
Illustrated by Steph Laberis and written by John Kelly, who both make this a fun, colourful and funny tale that teaches children we can all be members of the same club.
John Kelly is an illustrator, writer and designer who has written and illustrated a variety of picture books, young fiction, graphic novels and non-fiction. He has been shortlisted twice for the Kate Greenaway prize and has helped create books for Lucasfilm and Pixar. Originally From the North East of England John now lives in London.
Steph Laberis is an illustrator and character designer, based in San Francisco Bay. she works in publishing, TV, Feature animation, toy design and licensing. Her love for art is rivalled only by her fascination with the animal kingdom.
We were kindly sent this book to review by Little Tiger Press but all opinions are our own.