Deloris Powell Smith’s new book “Little Duck, Little Duck” is a rhythmic celebration of nature in all its mysterious splendor for children of all ages

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Recent release “Little Duck, Little Duck” from Page Publishing author Deloris Powell Smith is a warmhearted children’s tale imagining the life of a little duck who lives and migrates with a skein of geese rather than with his own kind. With engaging rhythms reminiscent of the Eric Carle classic “Brown Bear, Brown Bear”, this short, charmingly illustrated work is sure to become a bedtime favorite for young readers.

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Deloris Powell Smith is a public-school teacher and mother of two grown sons whose passions include poetry, songwriting, bird watching, spending time with her grandchildren, and flower gardening at the Osceola, Iowa home she shares with her husband, Eric and their shih-tzu, Phyllis. She has completed her new book “Little Duck, Little Duck”: a sweet rhyming tale inspired by a true story.

Based on an actual event, Little Duck joined the geese in their V formation to fly south for the winter. Why did he choose to travel with the geese? Do they care? Can he keep up? Did he consider the consequences of traveling with a skein of geese? Travel along with Little Duck on his journey.

Published by Page Publishing, Deloris Powell Smith’s engaging tale is a delightful addition to any children’s library.

Readers who wish to experience this engrossing work can purchase “Little Duck, Little Duck” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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