Give your home a ducky feel. Jazz up your cabinets, closet doors or furniture with cute ducky drawer pulls. Add the perfect touch to a kids ducky theme bathroom or baby's nursery.
10 Little Rubber Ducks Board Book
Get swept away on a high-seas voyage of discovery with 10 little rubber ducks as they float to every part of the world. The story opens at a factory where assembly-line workers are painting details onto bright yellow rubber ducks. The toys are then loaded onto a freighter destined for faraway countries. During a storm, 10 rubber ducks fall into the sea. Each one floats in a different direction - west, east, north, south, left, right, up, down, this way, and that way - and encounters a different animal (a dolphin, seal, polar bear, etc.). The 10th one meets a mother duck with her offspring and bobs along with them to their nest. The ducks all bid "Good night" to one another with a "Quack," while the newcomer says "Squeak!" (Children can press the page to hear a squeak.)
A yellow plastic duck narrates the story of his adventures on the ocean after a ship's crate loaded with bathtub toys is washed overboard. Along with some of the other toys, the duck is swallowed by a shark, then spit out even though he and his companions are "guaranteed nontoxic." Gradually, the toys are separated by wind and wave, and the duck journeys alone for months. Eventually, he is picked up by a schoolboy and logged in by scientists. An author's note explains the real-life incident that gave rise to the story as well as the science connection. In the throes of the adventure, Ducky wishes he could do more than just float, that he could swim, or fly. But, by journey's end, safe and with a child of his own, the contented toy concludes, "How wondrous it is to be able to float!" Bunting's narrative opens with the choppy rhythms and abbreviated sentences of an easy reader, but grows more lyrical as events progress.
No More Diapers for Ducky!
No more diapers for me! That’s what toddlers will proudly proclaim after they hear this appealing tale of a lovable duck who takes the big step. When Piggy can’t come out to play because he’s busy sitting on the potty, Ducky realizes it’s time to grow up, too. A sweet and subtle story, with two huggable animals that children will embrace.
The Uglified Ducky
You may think you know the story of The Ugly Duckling, but think again. Every full moon in the Northern Piney Woods, the animals gather to hear Maynard Moose tell his Mother Moose Tales in "old Moose Speech." The glossary begins with a tongue-in-cheek "Parental Warning" about "moose grammar, spelling, and usage, all of which have been known to scrumble up the human brain!" Poor little moose wanders away and falls asleep in a nest with five ducky eggs. "Boy, I hope the other ones will turn out better" is Mommy Ducky's reaction when she sees him. The story line echoes Andersen's "The Ugly Duckling" as the "uglified ducky" tries his best to waddle, quack, and swim, with humorous results. Predictably, all ends well, and Maynard Moose closes his story with a twist on the usual moral: If you don't fit into your "fambly…that does not mean you are uglified…. It just means you have not found out what you really are yet.
DESIGN A FUN, BRIGHT AND CHEERY DUCKY NURSERY BEDROOM OR BATHROOM
DESIGN A FUN, BRIGHT AND CHEERY DUCKY NURSERY BEDROOM OR BATHROOM
Outdoor Bedroom decorating ideas
Splish splash, I was taking a bath!
Our sweet fluffy duckies are all decked out for some fun in the tub. So lets have a splashing good time
The ducky theme is a fun theme to create!!
The ducky theme will work well for
boys bedrooms, girls bedrooms, teens rooms, baby nursery and adults too.
Few creative ideas -
- Stripes and Polka Dots
- Raindrops and Bubbles
- Water and Waves
Rubber Duck - Yellow Ducky
Duck Pond with pond critters
Donald Duck - Daffy Duck
Ducks on the Farm
There are quite a few different options available to help you decorate the walls, from wallpaper borders, faux effect paint kits, wall decals, wall murals, soft wall hangings, prints and posters.
Rubber Ducky Home Decor Stencil
Add a touch of feathery fun - add some furry chic to your lamp shade. Create a fun yellow ducky feather border. Dress up a large photo frame. Dress up the curtain rod, trim a desk or chest of drawers.
For the baby nursery and toddler bedroom - decorate with cute baby ducks, yellow ducks, or rubber ducks, flower garden theme or country farm theme with little duckies or Disneys Donald Duck, Beatrix Potter's Jemima Puddle-Duck, all would look great.
Create a pond life in the bedroom or bathroom, with trees - tree murals and tree props and/or tree stickups, bring in a few pond critters - ducks, frogs, bees, dragonflies, scatter plush duckies, plush frogs. Hang a few decorative nylon butterflies.
For the bathroom - Rubber duckies splashing in water, fish, fluffy clouds,
water droplets, stripes, swirls, circles.
Either rooms - stencil or freehand wall words splish splash, rub a dub dub, quack quack, lucky duck. Or hang decorative wall letters to spell out words
or childs name.
Add a liitle whimsical fun .... accent the walls with bubbles. Few decorating choices - paint the bubbles freehand, or take the easy way out ..... and accent with bubble wall decals.
RUBBER DUCK WALL DECALS - YELLOW DUCKY WALL DECALS
POND LIFE WALL STICKER DECALS
Fabric shower curtains make great window curtains
Create 3D bubbles with clear glass pebbles hot glued to the wall or use clear drying craft glue.
Mimic raindrops. Looks very much like a smaller version of a chandelier prism.
Sunshine Stripes lamp shade
Light Up with cute Duckie Decor!
Decorate baby nursery rubber ducky style
Welcome Clothesline wall mural at murals your way
Rubber Ducky Books
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Thumper and the Noisy Ducky
Thumper and his sisters are back for another charming adventure! This time, they're making friends with little yellow duckies. With irresistibly cute illustrations, lyrical text, and fuzzy flocking on every page, this board book is the perfect addition to any Easter basket.
One Duck Stuck: A Mucky Ducky Counting Book
"Splish, clomp, pleep, plop, plunk, sloosh, slosh, slink, zing." Who can resist a read-aloud featuring sounds like these? When, "Down by the marsh, by the sleepy, slimy marsh, one duck gets stuck in the muck," who comes to the rescue? Two fish, splishing, for starters. Then three moose clomping, four crickets pleeping, and so on. Still, "No luck. Still stuck." It takes a whole lot of teamwork to get this particular stuck duck unstuck from the muck, but this cheerful bunch is definitely up to the task. From one duck to 10 dragonflies, the muddy fun never stops in Phyllis Root's chunky little board book. Young readers will giggle their way through the numbers, and by the time the duck's foot is released with a "Spluck!" counting will be a cinch.
Ducky Duck Doesn't Want to be a Duck
This fun children's book follows the story of a duck who simply doesn't want to be a duck. Ducky tells his mama, " Mama, I want to be a bunny. Bunnies have a lot of fun, so now I'm going to be a bunny. " So Ducky Duck goes to be a bunny. But it doesn't stop there. Oh no, Ducky wants to be many things, anything but a duck. Will any of his new identities work out for him? Ducky Duck has lots of friends who help him along during his identity crisis. Benny Bunny, Beavis Beaver and Donnie Deer are great characters who add a touch of valuable education about animals in this wonderful bedtime story.
Rubber Ducky in My Soup (A Funny Rhyming Picture Book for Preschoolers & Up
He's yellow. He's cute. He needs a place to splash. What's a poor, rubber ducky to do? For preschoolers and up, rubber ducky fans will love this sassy, silly rhyming book with all original drawings.
clever take on the age-old optical illusion: is it a duck or a rabbit? Depends on how you look at it. Readers will find more than just Amy Krouse Rosenthal's signature sense of humor here--there is also a subtle lesson for kids who don't know when to let go of an argument. This is a smart, simple story that will make readers of all ages eager to take a side, Duck! Rabbit! makes it easy to agree on at least one thing: reading it again!
Adventures of Ducky and Pippy
Little Ducky does not have it easy. He is last to hatch, last to peep, and last to learn to swim. He is afraid of water and heights, and on top of that, he stutters! His brothers make fun of him, and he soon becomes very discouraged. His sister Daisy steps in to help him. She knows just how kind and smart he is. But when they discover that Ducky needs glasses, even Daisy’s not so sure the other ducklings will ever accept him. With his new goggle-glasses, Ducky quickly learns how to land and starts flying with the rest of the ducklings. Soon it’s time to migrate and Ducky’s worst fear comes true. He gets lost in migration! Ducky sets off to find his family, but instead, he meets Pippy, an adventurous young squirrel, who offers to take Ducky home with him. Lady, a feisty ladybug, tags along. Ducky’s story and courage inspire Pippy. He wants to help Ducky migrate. Henry, a wise old turkey, is also inspired by Ducky’s story. He too has a dream. His is to visit The Great Thanksgiving Turkey Memorial. He offers to chaperone their strange migration. Without knowing for sure if they will find Ducky’s family, they set out on their big adventure. Along the way they learn the true value of friendship and family. With humor, heart, and lovable characters, The Adventures of Ducky and Pippy interweaves the big issues of childhood: bullying, fitting in, growing-up, and self-acceptance. For children with disabilities, these issues are often even more difficult. Parents and teachers will find the story to be a great tool for building tolerance and empathy in their children and students.
My Ducky Buddy
With fun rhyming text and warm illustrations, this buoyant story goes to the heart of what being a kid is all about. It s good to have a buddy especially a rubber ducky buddy.
Ducky Dives In
Here’s a funny little story guaranteed to provoke giggles from younger boys and girls. It’s the story of little Mucky Ducky, who really loves mud. His idea of great fun is to jump and splash in the squishiest, squashiest mud puddle he can find. But Mommy Duck has different ideas about mud puddles. She wants to keep her little duckling out of mud and mischief. But how will she stop Mucky Ducky from splashing straight into the muddiest, squashiest puddle of them all?
Little Duck: Finger Puppet Book
A brightly colored finger puppet attached to each book peeks out from every spread. Sure to make a little one smile.
The Little Duck
This book manages to teach your child a little about ducks and also has a bit of character development in it. The story is illustrated with photographs of the little duck, named Henry. (awww)Henry is found as an egg and brought home by a boy. You get to see Henry pop out of the egg and see what he eats and what he does with his first swim. Henry follows the boy around the farm and sits in grandpas lap and reads the paper. Hes getting bigger all the time. Henry gets lonely after the boy goes back to school....and I know the suspense is killing you---so you'll just have to get the book for yourself, won't you???
Just Ducky Baby Afghans: 8 Crochet Designs
Everyone loves a baby afghan! This wonderful leaflet is filled with seven beautiful ripple afghans for baby, plus a little white crocheted duck. It's perfect for the new baby!