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8 edition of King George and His Duckies (Big Idea Books®) found in the catalog.

King George and His Duckies (Big Idea Books®)

by Cindy Kenney

  • 373 Want to read
  • 14 Currently reading

Published by Zonderkidz .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Board books,
  • Children"s Books/Baby-Preschool,
  • Children: Grades 2-3,
  • Religious - Christian,
  • Christian Interest,
  • Juvenile Fiction / Religious / Christian,
  • Animals - Birds,
  • Christian life,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Selfishness,
  • Sharing

  • The Physical Object
    FormatBoard book
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10362078M
    ISBN 100310707811
    ISBN 109780310707813
    OCLC/WorldCa54402428

    Laugh while you learn with all your VeggieTales™ friends! Get ready for all the zaniness and fun you've come to expect from VeggieTales—in a new comic-style format that's perfect for early readers! In King George and the Ducky you'll laugh while you learn a lesson about selfishness with Bob and Larry and all your VeggieTales friends. Don't miss an adventure—be sure to collect each volume. When Louis tells King George that it looks like all his other duckies, King George retorts with, "Hold your tongue, infidel! This is the most perfect ducky the world has ever known!" King George then proclaims that it's time for a bath, just as the door knocks once again.

    Sign-up for one of our newsletters and get more great stories and products sent directly to you each week! The main story takes place in the year AD. King George (Larry the Cucumber) only cares about rubber duckies. His servant Louis (Bob the Tomato) tries to tell him the kingdom is in the middle of the Great Pie War, but George does not care. To him, the most important person in the world is himself.

    George III was the son of Frederick Louis, prince of Wales, and Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha. From his parents and their entourage, the young George imbibed an unreasonable dislike of his grandfather, King George II, and of all his policies. George was a child . Even if King George III: America's Last Monarch becomes obsolete one day, When it came out, this book was the first academic work to portray the king in a sympathetic light. Maybe too sympathetic some would say, Brooke never hid the fact that he liked George III.4/5(2).


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King George and His Duckies (Big Idea Books®) by Cindy Kenney Download PDF EPUB FB2

King George has learned a lesson in selfishness and decides to share his duckies. He learns that being selfish just doesn't pay, so he decides to give his duckies away. Just like King George, kids will learn that sharing with others is a true lesson in love.5/5(2). King George and His Duckies / VeggieTales: Stickers Included.

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5/5(2). King George has learned a lesson in selfishness and decides to share his duckies. He learns that being selfish just doesn't pay, so he decides to give his duckies away. Just like King George, kids will learn that sharing with others is a true lesson in love.5/5(2). King George has a great love of rubber duckieshe even has a whole closet filled with them.

He decides to take his bath but before he does, he learns an important lesson about being selfishand he decides to give away all of his duckies away to all the boys and girls in his kingdom.

Adorably illustrated, this book offers an important lesson to children that being selfish isn't right. Includes a sheet of Brand: Zondervan. ‎King George and His Duckies / VeggieTales on Apple Books ‎King George learns that being selfish just doesn't pay, so he decides to give all of his duckies away to the children of his kingdom.

With the help of his friend Louis, King George shows love and shares with the others/5(3). Description King George and His Duckies encourages sharing with others.

Another VeggieTales classic with Bob and Larry, King George learns that being selfish isn’t right and decides to share his ducks with the children of his kingdom. Reformatted into the popular 8×8. King George learns that being selfish doesn't pay.

Taking things from others doesn't make him happy. So King George decides to give all his duckies away. Just like king George, kids will learn that sharing with others is a true lesson in love. show more/5(11). But King George doesn't just want to play with his rubber duckie, he wants all of the rubber duckies in the land.

Will he learn to put other people first before it's too late. King George and the Ducky - eBook () by Big Idea Entertainment LLC, Aaron LinneFormat: Ebook. VeggieTales: King George and the Ducky (Color & Read Along) Paperback – September 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating.

See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ 5/5(1). King George and the Ducky is the thirteenth episode of VeggieTales. This story is a retelling of David and Bathsheba from the Book of Second Samuel. King George learns that being selfish doesn’t pay.

Taking things from others doesn’t make him happy. So King George decides to give all his duckies away. Just like king George, kids will learn that sharing with others is a true lesson in love.

King George and His Duckies / VeggieTales | A Lesson in Being SelflessKing George learns that being selfish doesn't pay. Taking things from others doesn't make him happy. So King George decides to give all his duckies away Just like king George, kids will learn that. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for King George and His Duckies / VeggieTales: Stickers Included.

(Big Idea Books / VeggieTales) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5. Get this from a library. King George and his duckies. [Cindy Kenney; Greg Hardin; Big Idea Productions.] -- King George learns that being selfish doesn't pay, so he decides to give his duckies.

A Lesson in Being Selfless King George learns that being selfish doesn t pay. Taking things from others doesn t make him happy.

So King George decides to give all his duckies away Just like king George, kids will learn that sharing with others is a true lesson in love. Buy the Paperback Book King George And His Duckies / Veggietales: Stickers Included.

by Cindy Kenney atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. King George decides to give away all of his duckies. Join the VeggieTales for an illustrated storybook adventure that teaches the virtue of selflessness. - 24 illustrated pages - Price: $   A former US Marine reportedly claims to have had threesomes with the abdicated King Edward VIII and his wife Wallis Simpson in a new book.

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Anyone who likes funny stories and to learn will love this book because I know I did and I don't like history that much/5(). Very interesting but some sections were a real slog. (The chapter 'The Year of Three Kings' was great, though.) A very detailed look at Albert 'Bertie', Prince of York who became King George VI - his childhood, early adulthood, married life, the abdication crisis, World War II, the loss of India and the building of the Commonwealth, and more/5(47).

But unlike other kings, King George spent most of his time in the bathtub! Why? Because that's where he'd play with his favorite toy: his rubber ducky. But one ducky wasn't enough for King George.

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