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Format:
Title:
Duck, duck, dinosaur : bubble blast
Other title(s):
Bubble blast
ISBN:
9780062353122

9780062353115

9781536410938
Edition:
First edition.
Publication:
New York, NY : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, [2017]
Physical Description:
32 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
Series title(s):
Number in series:
reading.
Summary:
It's bath time for two little ducklings and one big dinosaur! Spike loves soap, but Feather and Flap don't want to scrub. What will Spike do to make getting clean fun for everyone? This short, sweet, and very bubbly story will help show kids how much fun bath time can be.
Reading Level:
Ages 4-8.
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Summary

It's bath time for two little ducklings and one big dinosaur! Spike loves soap, but Feather and Flap don't want to scrub. What will Spike do to make getting clean fun for everyone? This short, sweet, and very bubbly story will help show kids how much fun bath time can be.

Duck, Duck, Dinosaur: Bubble Blast is a My First I Can Read book, which means it's perfect for shared reading with a child.


Reviews 2

Horn Book Review

Ducklings Flip and Flap and their dinosaur brother Spike (from the Duck, Duck, Dinosaur picture books) learn about the world around them with help from Mama. These characters are suited to an easy-reader text (e.g., Flap always says things twice, providing word repetition). With two to three short sentences per page, emergent readers will easily handle these sweet unconventional-family stories. [Review covers these I Can Read titles: Duck, Duck, Dinosaur: Bubble Blast and Duck, Duck, Dinosaur: Perfect Pumpkin.] (c) Copyright 2018. The Horn Book, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


Kirkus Review

Two reluctant ducklings follow the lead of their humongous green sib to discover that bathtime is fun.Shifting format, the species-diverse family introduced in picture books Duck, Duck, Dinosaur (2016) and Duck, Duck, Dinosaur and the Noise at Night (2017) faces a new challenge when Mama duck announces "Time for a bath." Although they sport gooey splatters after playing in the mud, yellow ducklings Feather and Flap hang back"Baths are not fun." "No bath. No bath"but scaly theropod Spike leaps exuberantly into the pond: "BATH!" Mama's mentions of "soap" and "scrubbing" get similar responses from all threebut then Spike's "BUBBLES!" makes all hesitation vanish, and in no time the three hatchlings are bright, clean, and splashing about happily. Vidal's mud looks a lot like melted chocolate in the elementally simple illustrations so that at times the little ducklings resemble partially dipped marshmallow peeps, but the contrast between the delicate features of the small yellow birds and their towering brother's huge, blunt nose and feet is comic gold. Time for a scrub? It's all in the marketing. (Early reader. 3-5) Copyright Kirkus Reviews, used with permission.