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Julie Murphy's Blog: Stranger than fiction A blog about life, the universe and everything, and all the absurdities they entail. This is the stuff that often inspires my writing.
1. The Duck Song

The Duck Song
author: Bryant Oden
name: Julie
average rating: 4.48
book published: 2010
rating: 4
read at: 2015/03/07
date added: 2015/03/06
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review:
Okay, I'm giving this book 4 stars even though I don't like the illustration style very much, and even though I know after the 100th reading/listening to the CD I may well regret it. This is a very funny repetitive story for children (based on a You-tube video/song).
I picked this up in the library and showed my daughter (11) who immediately grinned from ear to ear and ran off with it to read in a private corner. THAT is what this song/story does to people!











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