A great-aunt fable for children, with sunshine-and-butter pictures of two ducklings and their adventures. Duggie Duck was shy, but was thoughtful and good and thought his mother the most beautiful person in the world, ""which is as it should be"". But Dandy was very vain and selfish. How the ducklings use the money their Uncle Archibald gives them, brings each his Just Deserts. Children may feel that Dandy has a bit more pep. Board bound with strong, shiny paper.