THE BAD LITTLE DUCKHUNTER by Margaret Wise Brown

THE BAD LITTLE DUCKHUNTER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Nature gangs up on the little duck hunter, and makes his day in the duck blind an utter failure. The mother duck nips him, the mosquitoes bite him, the wind blows his hat away, the clouds rain upon him and he ended the day with a conviction that there's no fun in going duck hunting. Nonsense tale with Clement Hurd pictures in two color- the background is a trifle off the line of child experience or interest but the development gives it some measure of general appeal.
Pub Date: March 15th, 1947
Publisher: Young Scott Books
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1st, 1947




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