Have you heard about the birthday sleepover where Will forgot one very important item? What about Survivor Day—a special day at camp when the kids are given a really big challenge? Or did you hear about the ski trip when 2-Mama and Bella got lost and everyone learned a big lesson . . . ? Well, cozy up and listen close, because you’re about to hear all these stories—and more!
Full of mostly true-ish stories from the Duck Pond comes Duck Commander Happy, Happy, Happy Stories for Kids. Korie Robertson and her mom, Chrys Howard, have partnered to bring you hilarious and heartwarming stories that demonstrate valuable lessons and family values. Whether it’s the importance of being prepared, working hard, or relying on God when you’re scared, the Duck Dynasty gang has a story for you!
Featuring lively art and solid moral lessons, Duck Commander Happy, Happy, Happy Stories for Kids will illustrate these ideas in fun, engaging ways. Cuddle up with your kids, and laugh together as you read about the silly antics of America’s favorite family—and talk about how the same principles are true in your life too.
Sometimes the silliest stories can teach us the most important things about loving others and being kind. With its fun illustrations and sweet messages, Duck Commander Happy, Happy, Happy Stories for Kids is the perfect way to share these truths with your children.
This is a nice book for kids. It is filled with trueish stories from the Robertson family. After the story are three sections relating to it. “What Does the Bible Say?” is usually one or more scripture verses tying into the teaching point of the story. Then there is“Let’s Talk About It” with questions about the story and one question for the readers to apply to their own lives. “Duck Commander in Action” provides “steps to put into practice the biblical application of the story.”
I would give this book a 5 out of 5 stars. Your kids will like and if you are a fan of Duck Commander you will like it.
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