Gracie, the Public Gardens Duck

Gracie, the Public Gardens Duck

Book - 2007
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Baker & Taylor
Gracie, a Public Gardens duck, is upset when visitors no longer feed her because of a new sign in the garden telling patrons that feeding the ducks may result in them not migrating.

Orca Book Publishers
Gracie has a nice, comfortable life in the Public Gardens. Her days are full of swimming in lakes and fountains, napping in bushes, and gobbling up the delicious treats that the visitors to the park bring especially for her. One day Gracie's people stop bringing her food, and to fill up, she has to turn to duck food! Despite herself, she starts to enjoy it.

Judith Meyrick is a freelance writer. She received an honorable mention for two awards in the 2004 Atlantic Writing Competition. She lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Richard Rudnicki was a child inventor with a vivid imagination. He studied nature and began drawing at a very young age. He lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Gracie has a nice, comfortable life in the Halifax Public Gardens until one day, her favourite people stop giving her their food. What's a duck to do!?

Publisher: Halifax, N.S. : Nimbus Pub., 2007
ISBN: 9781551096452
1551096455
Branch Call Number: JX FIC MEY
Characteristics: [29] p. :,col. ill ;,23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Rudnicki, Richard

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