It didnt even work It didn't work it saying that I've finished my free sample when I didn't even read it and I wanted to read it so bad people me0y 1st grade teacher read that to us before she moved to south Dakoto I will give more stars if they fixs it
LibraryThing Review This was a great realistic fiction book about two characters disagreeing as to whether they saw a duck or a rabbit. When looking at the illustration one way it looks like a duck with a long bill, but
LibraryThing Review This is a very simple book, but with a powerful underlying message. You could use this book in conjunction with a lesson on physical differences, leading to talking about different cultures and races.
LibraryThing Review In the story, two characters argue over the appearance of a cloud. One character believes it is a duck, while the other believes it is a rabbit. The two present different reasoning behind their beliefs until eventually the cloud disappears.
LibraryThing Review really cute. could be read in 2 parts. show kid the picture ask what it is. then kid reads that part and adult takes the other part.
LibraryThing Review Duck! Rabbit! introduces children to a very basic optical illusion--is the picture that's been drawn a duck or a rabbit? Besides showing how different drawings can be interpreted, Rosenthal is giving