Book Review & Giveaway: Duck, Duck, Moose by Joy Heyer



Duck’s best friend Goose is gone for winter and Duck is lonely. The animals try to cheer Duck, but Duck, Duck, Pig is too messy, and Duck, Duck, Moose is too scary. 

Will Duck be alone until Goose gets back? Or can Duck come up with a game they all can play?


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My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

This is a great book for young children! It has colorful pictures of animals and the text is in verse that is fun to read. In fact, I read it aloud to myself. I have this one on my list of books to buy to read to my grandchild that’s on the way.

Not only is Duck, Duck, Moose fun to read but it teaches about having more than one friend. Duck’s best friend Goose has migrated for the winter so Duck tries to play with other animals but he’s still lonely. He finally figures out that he can play a different game with all of the other animals while he waits for Goose to come back.

One of the pages:

So cute!







About the Author

Joy Heyer lives in Virginia with her loving husband and three of her four crazy children. Her oldest child now has a child of her own, making Joy a grandma. 

Her family recently convinced her to get a dog. What was she thinking? The dog now follows Joy everywhere, waits loyally at the front window every time she leaves the house, and goes berserk when she comes back, even if she was only gone for 10 seconds to get the mail. 

In her spare time….wait, what spare time? Whenever her children and dog permit, she loves to read, write, paint, and dream up home improvement projects.


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