Make Way for Ducklings

Babbitt, Natalie
November 2000
Horn Book Magazine;Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 76 Issue 6, p648
The article offers a look at the book `Make Way for Ducklings,' by Robert McCloskey. The author says that the book will still be a classic in children's literature in the future because it is an urban story with rural elements. She comments on the evolution of animals in the future and how it relates to children's interest in the book.


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