Five little ducks went out to play, with one cool cat leading the way!
Pete the Cat has found some new friends. The five little ducks are quick to join Pete swimming, hopping, jumping, and swinging. But every time Pete goes to start the next fun activity, there's always one less duck! Will Pete be able to keep his duck friends around, or will they just keep disappearing?
Using the classic nursery rhyme, Five Little Ducks, James Dean brings yet another amazing Pete the Cat story to the table. Pete the Cat: Five Little Ducks helps your little one begin simple counting with a fun and catchy song, and, of course, one of their favorite characters. You can sing along with Pete and the ducks in this groovy and smooth version of the favorite song:
Nursery Rhyme Comics is an all-star line-up of cartoonists and illustrators who use their artistic chops to put fun spins on all sorts of old rhymes and songs. Fifty rhymes adapted by fifty cartoonists. Woo-hoo! I'd like to take a moment to point some choice selections.
Mr. Taback grew up in the East Bronx of New York City in 1930s and 40s. His family was Jewish, and they had strong ties to Eastern Europe. Their neighborhood was made up of many such families who together created a community rich in the traditions of the Old Country. When he was a young boy, he spoke the Yiddish language. Although he remembers little of it today, the old songs, stories, and ways of life have made a tremendous impact on the work of this Caldecott Award-winner. In old Poland, a village such as the one he grew up in would be called a shtetl.