MAKE WAY FOR DUCKLINGS by Robert McCloskey
Kirkus Star

MAKE WAY FOR DUCKLINGS

KIRKUS REVIEW

I've seen only three double spreads and the text of this picture book by the author-artist of Lentil -- but I'm sure it is going to be an enchanting and very original book. Mr. Mallard thinks the Boston Public Gardens would be a nice place to raise a family; but Mrs. Mallard is afraid of the swan boats, though the peanuts tempt her too. So she makes her nest near the River Charles, and agrees to meet Mr. Mallard in the Public Gardens when the ducklings have had some training. The time comes; she sets out with the ducklings stringing along behind her. It takes the Boston police department to get them across the streets, but get there they do, and reach the Public Garden pond in safety.
Pub Date: Aug. 18th, 1941
ISBN: 0140564349
Publisher: Viking
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: Aug. 1st, 1941




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