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Duck on a Bike

Duck on a Bike

Scritto da David Shannon

Narrato da Walter Miles


Duck on a Bike

Scritto da David Shannon

Narrato da Walter Miles

valutazioni:
4.5/5 (41 valutazioni)
Lunghezza:
6 minuti
Pubblicato:
Jan 1, 2009
ISBN:
9780545521772
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descrizione

A duck on a bike? From Sheep to Horse to Chicken to Goat…everyone in the barnyard has something to say about Duck's zany idea. But what are they really thinking? And what will happen next?
Pubblicato:
Jan 1, 2009
ISBN:
9780545521772
Formato:
Audiolibro


Informazioni sull'autore

DAVID SHANNON is the illustrator of many popular picture books, including How I Became a Pirate. His numerous awards include a Caldecott Honor for No, David! He lives in Burbank, California.

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  • (4/5)
    Don't try to figure out how a duck rides a bike, just go with the story, which is mostly about the other animals' reactions.The illustrations are realistic (except for the fact that a duck is riding a bike) and excellently painted.
  • (4/5)
    Fun and silly, perfect for a story time (but you have to do the animal noises!)
  • (4/5)
    Interactive, exciting for kids! My minders loved the idea of a duck riding on a bike
  • (5/5)
    it is a pretty good book about a duck who likes a bike and tries to ride it. I like this book because it is very entertaining and funny. the cow is fat and strange.the goat just eats everything
  • (4/5)
    This is a clever story about a duck who learns how to ride a bike, spreads the idea, and has a group of animals join him on a spontaneaous bike ride at the end. Cute! Like the colorful illustrations in this one, too.
  • (4/5)
    The students reading this book would like it because ducks don't usually ride bikes and they think it is funny. This would be great teaching sequencing of events as well as identifying character traits.
  • (5/5)
    This story is a great way to start a conversation about envy.
  • (4/5)
    A fun read and great vivid images. A fun way to incorporate animals and transportation!
  • (5/5)
    Summary: This book is about a duck that decides to go on a bike ride. As Duck rides through the farm, all of the animals find it silly to see him on a bike. When all the children come home on their own bikes, the other animals decide to ride their bikes with Duck. Personal Reaction: I can relate to this book because I grew up around farm animals. Children in rural areas could relate to this book but kids raised in larger cities might not know a lot about farm animals. This book could show them the diversity of a farm.Classroom Extension Ideas: 1. The teacher could read the book and have the students draw a map of which animals were seen and what order they were seen in. They would start with the cow and show where Duck went after the cow. 2. Each student could be assigned a different farm animal and write/draw everything they know about it. For example, if they were given a pig, they could draw a picture and use words such as pink, oink, and plays in mud to describe it. 3. It would be really fun to take the students to a petting zoo! This would bring the book to life and allow them to learn outside the classroom.
  • (3/5)
    Summary- Duck rides past all of the farm animals on his bike. They all make their normal sounds but what they are really thinking is how weird it is for Duck to be riding a bike. All of a sudden, a large group of kids come riding on bikes to the farm. They leave their bikes unattended and all of the other farm animals they want to ride bikes too, so they take the kids' bikes for a spin. Strength- Humor The whole idea of a duck riding a bike is pretty funny. The illustrations and text create a fun and humorous story that is catchy and interesting to read. Use with Children- Discuss the importance of being you and not worrying about what others think of you. When Duck is riding the bike all of the friends think he is weird but as soon as they get a chance they join Duck on a bike ride.
  • (5/5)
    Love, love, love this book. Duck decides to ride a bike, all his friends say ducks do not ride bikes. By the end everyone wants to ride though.
  • (4/5)
    This is a really lovely storytime title. The illustrations are beautiful - very visually engaging with bright, vibrant, primary colors. The perspectives are skewed and encourage lots of interest. The story is quite simple - a duck on a farm finds a bike and rides it around the farm. The various farm animals all think different things about what he's doing - some are jealous, some think he's stupid, some think he's brave, etc. In the end, a bunch of kids on bikes come to the farm, park their bikes out front, and ALL the animals get to share in the fun by riding their own bikes. The illustration of a hen riding a tricycle is especially adorable.
  • (3/5)
    This is a humorous book about a duck that wants to ride a bicycle. This is a great book for entertainment as well as not making fun of others.
  • (5/5)
    This is a funny book. I like how the duck didn't give up on learning to ride a bike, then all the animals at the end of the story rode bikes around the farm. Very cute, with very cute picture. The duck just looks like a goofy character that would be wobbly on a bike, the illustrator did a good job creating the characters.
  • (3/5)
    This is a great example of a fantasy book. The story is believable within the context of the book but the animals are talking and riding the bikes. The animals are doing things that only humans can usually do, but in this story it seems perfectly normal.Art Media: acrylic painting Appropriate Age: Primary
  • (4/5)
    This is a great barn yard story that David Shannon has come up with. Duck decides to ride a bike one day and rides past all of the other barn yard animals. Once they see how much fun Duck is having they alll start to ride!!! As a student reading a David Shannon book i am always amazed at the illustrations!! The story in of itself is ok. It was very repitious and predictable. But i would read it again.As a teacher this book is a great book to use with a beginning reader. The barn yard animals are recognizeable and the words are ery repatisous.
  • (5/5)
    Duck wants to ride a bike, soon all the other animals do too! Awesome for storytime. Shannon's illustrations are fabulous and funny.
  • (5/5)
    I think the story was an amazing story I loved it??❤️!
  • (3/5)
    Duck rides past all the other farm animals on a bike, eliciting surprise, wonder, and intrigue as he goes.This is a short and sweet story that features a variety of farm animals (and their accompanying sounds), so it could make a good addition to a classroom unit on farm animals, a library program about farm animals, or just an adult-child read for a child interested in farm animals or has recently visited a farm. The illustrations fit the text appropriately and feature close-ups of each animal.
  • (4/5)
    Goofy and not special ... until the surprise ending. Though the other animals had thought scornful thoughts about Duck's activity, when a gang of kids dropped their bikes in the yard and went inside, all the other animals got on board and rode around, too.
  • (5/5)
    This is another great story by David Shannon that can be used for a great lesson on reading with expression. Students will enjoy this silly story about a duck riding a bike because no one has heard of such a thing!
  • (5/5)
    This book is so cute! It is good to use as a mentor text during snap shot planning and to help the students to learn about reading with expression. It can be used during a lot of the steps during writers workshop.
  • (3/5)
    This is a very humorous childs book about a duke riding a bike. This is a great book for writers workshop and teaching how to write with expression and humor.
  • (5/5)
    Great mentor text for reading with expression
  • (4/5)
    Duck saw a red bike parked by his barn and thought he could ride the bike. So, he did and he road the bike all around to show his farm animal friends. All the animals thought Duck was crazy for riding a bike but at the end of the story every single animal was riding a bike around the farm just like Duck.
  • (4/5)
    Caldecott Honor winner David Shannon applies his wonderful off-beat humor to the story of a duck who decides to try riding a bike. Every time I read this book, I notice something new in the illustrations. The frogs hiding in the pigpen, sometimes the bell is missing on the bike, the goat is eating his own bike's basket... 'Duck on a Bike' makes for a great read-out-loud book as the different animals allow for using different voices.
  • (5/5)
    This book was fantastic! I love the illustrations which depicted the story and complimented it. I really enjoyed that David Shannon used the sounds of the animals. That is a great tool for the reader to reiterate for children to hear. They are learning while they are listening! This book is also great for beginning readers. The text is simple and provides a guide to create a successful reader.
  • (5/5)
    David Shannon's Duck on a Bike is awesome! It is so sad he forgot to put the bike's bell on some of the illustrations in the book, otherwise he would have won a Caldecott Award. The illustrations and the text work really well together in harmony, except of course for the one little mistake of the bike bell. It's a great story of how a duck decides to ride a bike and has so much fun doing so, that all of his animal friends try to ride bikes too. The text and story line are simply wonderful and great for kids of a younger age! My daughter loves this book.
  • (4/5)
    David Shannon is great at writing stories and illustrating them so perfectly together, and this book is another one of successes. Kids can easily relate to the duck because the duck rides its bike around and the other animals don't want to follow along until they see others doing it.
  • (5/5)
    I thought that this book was hilarious. I thought that it was funny how Duck would show off his ability to ride a bike. My favorite was when he rode the bike to show Chicken. When he was showing chicken, chicken got scared because duck almost ran over him. I also liked that the characters in the story each had their own personalities. Their personalities were shown through the facial expressions were illustrated. For example, you could tell that Horse was very cocky because of the facial expression he showed when Duck showed him the bike. Horse had a sideways smirk with his head up high in a smug fashion. My favorite part of the story was when Duck rode the bike over to goat. All goat was thinking about was eating the bike instead of being amazed by the fact that a duck was riding the bike.