The Ugly Duckling

Set in the wilds of Africa, Caldecott Honor winner Rachel Isadora’s stunning interpretation of the beloved Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale portrays African animals and landscapes with beautiful detail. As the ugly duckling searches for a place where he can fit in, Isadora’s vibrant collages capture the beauty in everything from glistening feathers to shimmering sunsets.

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  1. Casey Klingsmith says:

    I think that the tale of the Ugly Duckling is a classic that can be used in many ways in the classroom. This is a tale that teaches so many lesson to children that you can never go wrong with presenting this tale to a classroom. You could use this as an introduction into many lessons like friendship, respect, and so many more. This is defiantly a must have for every classroom teacher.

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