Santa Duck and His Merry Helpers

Santa Duck and His Merry Helpers It s Christmastime so Nicholas Duck puts on his Santa s helper suit and proudly starts gathering wish lists for Santa But this year Nicholas s little brothers and sister want to help Nicholas is not

  • Title: Santa Duck and His Merry Helpers
  • Author: David Milgrim
  • ISBN: 9780399254734
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Hardcover
  • It s Christmastime, so Nicholas Duck puts on his Santa s helper suit and proudly starts gathering wish lists for Santa But this year, Nicholas s little brothers and sister want to help Nicholas is not too keen on the idea, and when the overeager ducks try to outdo each other by promising outlandish gifts the Hoover Dam for the beaver, a castle for the frog Nicholas getsIt s Christmastime, so Nicholas Duck puts on his Santa s helper suit and proudly starts gathering wish lists for Santa But this year, Nicholas s little brothers and sister want to help Nicholas is not too keen on the idea, and when the overeager ducks try to outdo each other by promising outlandish gifts the Hoover Dam for the beaver, a castle for the frog Nicholas gets fed up And as he tries to explain to his siblings what Christmas is all about, it turns out the kids have a thing or two to teach Nicholas about working together With its funny text and illustrations, this story will have kids laughing as they celebrate the spirit of the season with Santa Ducks.

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    354 thoughts on “Santa Duck and His Merry Helpers”

    1. Santa Duck is helped by his siblings in preparation for Christmas. At first resistant to their role in the process, he becomes more tolerant as he learns the very lesson of Christmas that he is preaching. Silliness of the illustrations and character depiction keep it light despite the message.


    2. I love David Milgrim's humor. He writes primarily for adults in the picture book format. You know - so parents enjoy the bedtime reading that much more! "Goodnight iPad" was my introduction, and now the holiday sarcasm in "Santa Duck and His Merry Helpers" has me laughing all the way! Milgrim's illustrations have a style all their own, lithe little ducks, in colorful Santa clothing, with their charming and knowing facial expressions. No matter what age you are, you're not too old for this pictur [...]


    3. Sibling rivalry runs amok in this funny sequel to "Santa Duck." A year has passed and when Nicholas Duck puts on his Santa's helper suit to gather all of his friends lists his little brother and sister tag along to help. They compete to expand on each list, which makes each encounter laugh out loud funny. Nick tries to reign in his siblings by reminding them that Christmas is about more than the gifts…with charming results. The "Quacky" carols are back and the bright illustrations filled with [...]


    4. This is a cute sequel to Santa Duck. The interactions between the duck siblings are quite amusing. The quarrel is reminiscent of a lot of sibling relationships. What I think is especially funny are the efforts to top one another in promising gifts far beyond what was requested. The children I shared this with seemed to enjoy it. There is a nice reminder that there is far more to Christmas than just receiving gifts. Sharing with family can be the best gift of all.


    5. Nicholas, the duck, considers himself a most important helper to Santa. He gathers up wish lists from all of the animals to help Santa choose the right gifts. But when his annoying brothers and sisters decide they want to be helpers, too, their enthusiasm becomes a problem. Nicholas has trouble sharing the jobd isn't sharing (and caring) what Christmas is all about?This is a funny idea made funnier through speech bubbles best read in various voices!


    6. This sequel to Santa Duck lacks the charm of the original. This year Nicholas Duck sets out to help Santa by collecting the Christmas wishes of other animals, but his two brothers and one sister insist on tagging along and encouraging everyone in the gift gimmies. When Nicholas tries to explain that Christmas isn't about presents but "love and goodwill and kindness and giving," the story just falls flat.


    7. Another Santa Duck picture book. This time Santa Duck's brothers and sister want to help and it turns into a competition to see who can promise the biggest gift. Frog, who would be happy with a box of flies, is offered a beautiful princess, a castle, and, eventually, a planet. However, the siblings help Santa Duck remember the real meaning of Christmas. A fun read aloud with a sweet message.


    8. Cute story that follows the first book, Santa Duck. We liked the first book a little bit better, but it's still a fun and entertaining read, especially for younger children. Our girls love all the "Quack" lyrics incorporated into the Christmas songs.


    9. Santa Duck is going around collecting people's wish lists. The 3 younger sibs want to join in the fun. They cause problems. I'm still laughing out loud about what they promise to bring the frog. Funny!


    10. David Milgrim has written several kids books. Cute illustrations with a good message. Santa Duck helps out Santa and teaches the other animals that Christmas is more than just getting gifts. David just wrote a new picture book called Goodnight Ipad that I want to read next.



    11. Meh. Santa Duck learns the meaning of Christmas when he tries to teach his younger siblings. The asides are cute, but the random Jewish comments (oy-vey, "light the menorah") seemed out of place.



    12. This book was decent. I think that kids would really enjoy it. It attempt to teach kids the real meaning of Christmas. It lets them know that Christmas is not just about presents.


    13. I loved this book! Quite a funny one at that. The kids were laughing when I sang Jingle Quack. Had them sing along as well!


    14. Another fun Santa Duck book for the kids to enjoy. If you liked the first books you will get a laugh out of this one too.



    15. It's not as great as the first Santa Duck book, but its still really cute and hilarious. Plus, I liked the random Hanukkah references! Loved it!



    16. This was pretty good. In a similar form to Elephant and Piggie (no he said, she said, just speech bubbles).


    17. This book had been highly recommended to me but it was only "ok" for me. I am partial to books that have a good story line and are easy to read aloud, this book wasn't as enjoyable to read aloud.



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