Winging north from Florida, one drake and his mate leave the flock and nest high in a sycamore tree, where O-eee is born with nine other ducklings. O-eee's adventures are recorded-- not very unique adventures-- for O-eee is not the unique duck the author deems him to be. Ducks and ducklings have been mauled by so many authors (and sadly). This author seems to belong in this throng. The illustrations in black, white, and green, are wispy and melodic, constituting the only unusual element here.