The Duck Who Thought It Couldn’t Swim


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The book is about Fluffy, a duck who thought she couldn’t swim even though she lived and played in a meadow next to a pond. She spent little time with her mother, Mother Duck, and instead spent all her happy playtimes with her friend Frog. Fluffy grew older and had three ducklings.
One day, as she strolled in the meadow, she was full of worry that her three ducklings were getting old and needed to be taught to swim. One conversation with Giraffe, that “it takes Courage to beat the Fear”, was good enough to boost Fluffy’s spirit immediately.
The moral of the story is about courage. “It always seems impossible until it’s done” (Nelson Mandela).



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Published 02 May 2018
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EAN13 9781546296331
Language English
Document size 16 MB

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