by Harriet Lila Baker
Boyduck Goose is at it again – getting himself (and his flock and family and friends) into a peck of trouble!
When two unexpected heroes save his life – one a natural enemy, the fox, and the other a natural prey, the frog – he learns a valuable lesson about getting along with Mother Nature.
In the process, his dear friend Proper Gander offers support for Boyduck’s idea of setting up an animal medical school for all animal species. Now all Boyduck needs to do is convince the others that it can be done.
Meanwhile, his wife and offspring think his experience has warped his mind, and the neighboring cows are out to impeach him as president of Windchimes and Honeybee farms for some imagined slight.
It’s rollicking good times as Boyduck once again gets into scrapes, only to escape by a pin feather!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Harriet Lila Baker is a retired schoolteacher whose specialty areas included special education, reading specialist, and elementary education. Her interests include horses, dog breeding, tennis, swimming, and of course, writing and reading poetry and prose. She and her husband have raised two children.
The first book of the series, My Name is Boyduck and This Is My Story, is also available from Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.
(2005, paperback, 54 pages)