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ducks Quotes

11 of the best book quotes about ducks
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“If you should rear a duck in the heart of the Sahara, no doubt it would swim if you brought it to the Nile.”
Mark Twain
Charles Dudley Warner
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The Gilded Age: A Tale of Today
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Ruth Bolton
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“Well, as it turned out, he was just a really ugly duckling. And he grew up to be just a really ugly duck. The end.”
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We have two ducks. One blue. One black. And when our blue duck goes “Quack-quack” our black duck quickly quack-quack back. The quacks Blue quacks make her quite a quacker but Black is a quicker quacker-backer.
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“She took off Marc’s mosquito-proof armor. She unfastened his mountain climbing equipment. She ripped up the letters to the moon and the mean wind. She sent the duck off to take a bath. She took away the traps and the sticks.”
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“Yesterday you shot my children. You shot all six of my children.”
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“ ‘Just look at that beastly duck cooking at my stove!’ ‘And look at that one holding my lovely gun!’ ”
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“Knock, knock, knock! Says Percy: “it’s the door again! What a surprise this time. On the step there are a badger, two ducks, a hedgehog, and a whole family of mice! They all want a bed for the night.
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“Ducks are quacking and splashing around.”
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“Outside there were two ducks. They looked very comfortable standing on one leg. ‘That’s what I should do!’ said Kipper. But he wasn’t very good. He could only...wobble.”
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“All day they would hunt for snails and little fishes and other pleasant things to eat.”
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“Ping was always careful, very very careful not to be late, because the last duck to cross over the bridge always got a spank on the back.”

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