Waddles the duck peeked out of his shell. His brothers and sisters were already following Mama Duck across the grass to the neighbor’s pool. Waddles hurried to catch up. Hey, wait for me! Poor Waddles. Last to reach the water . . . last to find food . . . last to stay out of danger. This duckling must catch up. But how?
Has your child ever felt left behind by older siblings or friends at school? Waddles is an entertaining story that will give children the courage to keep trying and never give up. At last, they will succeed, just like Waddles. At the end of the story, readers are encouraged to learn about mallard ducks and to feed waterfowl—and all wild animals—a natural diet.
Waddles’ story is inspired by a mama mallard duck and her nine ducklings who came to live in the Wilson’s family pool in Centerville, Ohio.
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