Thursday, October 25, 2018

Duck On A Disco Ball Review & Giveaway

 I grew up with two older brothers who got to stay up much later than me. I remember waking up and finding out that my parents had gone to McDonald's after I had fallen asleep one night and being so upset about being left out. It is a memory I still have today. I asked my dad about it once after I had been married and living in my own house for many years and he chuckled. Then he told me it was a weekly thing they did. That my mom and him would go get McDonald's as a treat for themselves. They would wait until all the kids went to bed because they couldn't afford to buy for all of us and it was their special date treat. As an adult I can relate to this and I find it so sweet. However, as a kid I was so jealous!

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In Duck On A Disco Ball by Jeff Mack, a little boy is sent to bed but he is left wondering just what his parents do while he is sleeping. Do they party? He stays up and tries to find out just what goes on.  His imagination goes wild as he tries to figure it out and in the morning he isn't sure what was a dream or what he really saw.

This books was a whole lot of fun. I think kids and parents can relate to the characters. It is the perfect bedtime story!

Jeff Mack is the award-winning author and illustrator of Duck in the Fridge; Mine!; Ah Ha!; Good News, Bad News; and the Hippo and Rabbit series. He has also illustrated many books, including If My Love Were a Fire Truck by Luke Reynolds. His books have been awarded the Texas 2x2, a Junior Library Guild award, a Colorado Bell Award, a Pennsylvania Family Literacy Award, a New York Public Library Best Book of the Year Award, and a Bank Street Best Book of the Year award. Jeff lives in Massachusetts. 

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One lucky winner will receive a copy of BOTH books featuring the silly duck--Duck in the Fridge and Duck On a Disco Ball, courtesy of Two Lions (U.S. addresses). received product, press or compensation to facilitate this review. This post may contain affiliate links, which means that by clicking on an affiliate link I may receive a small amount of money. We only give our honest opinions of products. This post is in accordance with the FTC 10 CFR, Part 255 concerning the use, endorsements or testimonials in advertising. Lisa Rupertus/ A Rup LIfe is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to

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