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Kelly Day holds a Ph.D. in Business, Organization and Management, and focused her dissertation on resettlement efforts of African refugees in the Northwest. Through the dissertation process, she mentored and advocated for resettled African refugees who many could not speak English or fend for themselves upon arrival into the U.S. Although it was challenging to understand their language, she grew to have deep respect, compassion, and love for the people who exuded the deepest faith and love for God, even after all of the trauma they had endured and years of journey to escape from their home to a far away land. Through this experience of meeting these families and their precious children, she shares this story with its readers as a reminder to always "Love One Another."
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Huck's Duck Clucked
by Kelly Day, PhD.

Overview


A little boy named Huck who lives on a farm wakes up one morning and to his surprise, all of the animals speak a different language. After spending the day with the animals and sharing his excitement with his mom, Huck learns that, although we may speak different languages, we can all get along just like the animals on the farm.
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Description


One sunny summer morning, a little boy named Huck woke up to hear the farm animals outside of his window. It was not different than any other day on the farm until he went outside and discovered that all of the animals were speaking a different language. Even his best friend, Jack, the duck clucked instead of quacked. He was so excited that he ran inside to share the amazement with his mother. Huck learned on that magical day that although animals and people may speak different languages, they can all get along and love each other.
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Overview


A little boy named Huck who lives on a farm wakes up one morning and to his surprise, all of the animals speak a different language. After spending the day with the animals and sharing his excitement with his mom, Huck learns that, although we may speak different languages, we can all get along just like the animals on the farm.

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Description


One sunny summer morning, a little boy named Huck woke up to hear the farm animals outside of his window. It was not different than any other day on the farm until he went outside and discovered that all of the animals were speaking a different language. Even his best friend, Jack, the duck clucked instead of quacked. He was so excited that he ran inside to share the amazement with his mother. Huck learned on that magical day that although animals and people may speak different languages, they can all get along and love each other.

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Book details

Genre:FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

Subgenre:Peer Pressure

Language:English

Pages:38

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781483597782


Overview


A little boy named Huck who lives on a farm wakes up one morning and to his surprise, all of the animals speak a different language. After spending the day with the animals and sharing his excitement with his mom, Huck learns that, although we may speak different languages, we can all get along just like the animals on the farm.

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Description


One sunny summer morning, a little boy named Huck woke up to hear the farm animals outside of his window. It was not different than any other day on the farm until he went outside and discovered that all of the animals were speaking a different language. Even his best friend, Jack, the duck clucked instead of quacked. He was so excited that he ran inside to share the amazement with his mother. Huck learned on that magical day that although animals and people may speak different languages, they can all get along and love each other.

Read more

About the author


Kelly Day holds a Ph.D. in Business, Organization and Management, and focused her dissertation on resettlement efforts of African refugees in the Northwest. Through the dissertation process, she mentored and advocated for resettled African refugees who many could not speak English or fend for themselves upon arrival into the U.S. Although it was challenging to understand their language, she grew to have deep respect, compassion, and love for the people who exuded the deepest faith and love for God, even after all of the trauma they had endured and years of journey to escape from their home to a far away land. Through this experience of meeting these families and their precious children, she shares this story with its readers as a reminder to always "Love One Another."

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