The book's greatest strength is Theodora's and Chad's changing relationship. They start out standoffish, but the two soon get to know each other and realize that their similarities outweigh their differences.
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really super awesome fantastic book :)
Theodora has never been quite like the other ducks: she swims with a teacup balanced on her head, likes trying strange new foods, and prefers riding her bike over flying. But Theodora isn't nearly as weird as her new neighbour Chad, with his loud art projects, freaky feathers, and sloppy swimming. Between the two of them, Chad is definitely the odd duck…right? Featuring a whimsical pastel palette and a graphic novel/picture book hybrid design just as fun and eccentric as the characters, this "clever celebration of individuality" (Kirkus Reviews) is a great pick for older readers and oddballs of all kinds.
Picture books newsletter August 2013
uh.....its awesome....and...its about a duck....who's...odd?
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