The Mallard Duck | The Doll Coloring Book

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Collect all the cleaned pages and scale them to make a thumbnail
Book for your dolls.

Assemble a doll-sized mini book: Well, he painted and haired a duckling duck. Visitors can collect all the illustrations and verses of the birds “bird children” To print and build a little book of poetry for their dolls. Simply drag each png file. In the Word document, print, cut out all the pictures to the same size and staple the pages together at the left edge. Squeeze some white school glue along the pointed edge of the pages and attach a cardboard cover.

In ducklings duck in shallow water
In hunting, he sometimes tries his luck.
Other times he thinks it’s a nice thing
To nibble on sweet wild rice.

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when mrs. Take a duck in the laundry

Something terrible happened on the farm. Mr. Drake has fled, leaving his wife with a family of seven little ducklings to support. How was Mrs. Duck to get along? Swan’s advice to start a school to teach chickens to swim does not appeal to her. She scorned Mr. Big’s offer to pay her to serve him food. “Now,” said Mr. Peacock, “if you had a tail like mine, you might go on stage, but with that tail of yours!” And he laughed in such a way that he was proud of it.
Mrs. Goose was the last of the neighbors to go. “I am sorry to leave you, my dear,” she said to Mrs. Doc, “but you know that I have my own business to work on, and, besides, I am afraid it will rain and my dress may be wet.”
This made Mrs. Duck think. She said “just like that”. “They’re all afraid of the rain. They don’t like their things getting dirty. And when they get dirty, they throw them away and buy new ones. Now it’s never been my way; I’ve always taken great pride in keeping my things clean and making them last as long as possible.”
She thought a few more minutes, then said to herself with glee, “I know what I’m going to do, I’m going to enjoy washing for my living.”
So I hung a banner that read as follows:

Mrs. a duck
He starts informing the people of the farm
she will, it will
Take in the laundry
on reasonable terms.
Work was done instantly.
Only the best clay used.

“I think it makes more sense,” said Mrs. Dorking. “I’ll give her all my things to wash! He’ll spare me a mint!”
“And I’ll go to her, too,” said Mrs. Goose.
“So do I,” said the Turkish Major Rooster.
“I must say she always keeps her pretty white dresses,” said Mrs. Guinea-Fool. “I wonder if it would work for my spotted cat.”
“You’ll wash my collars,” said Mr. Big, who was really a very good-hearted old young man, though he was very fond of his meals.
And so they continued. Everyone seemed to agree with him except Peacock, and it didn’t matter much about him, for he was always the proudest, and no one cared much about what he said.
So Mrs. Duck got a lot of work to do and help the kids all. And you can’t think of how much better all this has done to the way things look in Farmyard.
And Mrs. Duck and the children were so well fed and happy that they soon forgot all about old Mr. Drake, who was a worthless fellow anyway.
But one day Mr. Drake returned, looking very tailed and timid. Of course all the farm farm people had their own opinions. as to what Mrs. Duck should do, and almost everyone thought she should send him packs. But she knew better, “It will come in handy,” she said.
And I made it work in the washing machine. It turns out that this was fair
The kind of treatment he needed, and he became an obedient husband. Henry Altmus Company.

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