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"I Wish I was a Mallard, but God made me a Pekin instead" is the second book in the Duck Ponder Series. Duck Ponder is a series of books that uses the radiant photography of water fowl to illustrate God's word with a simplistic and heartwarming approach. The words within these pages narrate matters of self acceptance demonstrated by Walker's disappointment of having been created a Pekin duck. Once Walker shares his discontentment with his friends, Jack replaces Walker's self doubt with confidence . Reminding him that we are all fearfully and wonderfully created by God for His purposes. Walker's attitude soon transforms into a submissive spirit; honoring God and grateful for his creation. Included on the pages of this enchanting series are "Ponder this" notes enlightening the reader to fun facts about the featured species. Each book ends with a self application questionnaire titled "Quack with Jack" which incorporates the message into the life of the reader.
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ONCE UPON A TIME there was a Grandmother (me) who was not too old and not too fat - or at least that is what her grandchildren told her. Her name was Patty J. Keith and she was married to a very nice man and had two very cute dogs. One day the Grandmother and her husband decided to build for themselves a comfortable new home - just the way they liked it. Their home was built with stones and bricks and had big, tall windows on the back so that they could see the beautiful pond behind their house from every room. This house was built in a quaint historic town called Franklin, Tennessee. It was lovely there and the pond was full of honking geese and very funny white ducks. Grandmother was so fascinated by the beauty of the wildlife that she began to take lots and lots of pictures of them while the carpenters were busy building her new home.
AT LAST their home was complete. Day after day as she sat by the window in her new home watching those silly ducks, Grandmother began to name each one of them and imagined what they might be saying to each other as they frolicked by the water. She began to notice that their behavior was not terribly different from that of human interaction. Stories began to form in her mind. Grandmother was so amused by these stories that she decided to write them down. The photographs she had taken became the perfect illustration for her stories.
PRAISE be to God for this series of books! He has provided everything this grandmother needs to share His word with others through the Duck Ponder Series. Now Grandmother prays that every story God has given her to write for His glory will plant the seed of His love in each and every heart that reads them - young and old.
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Book Description Pattys Blooming Words, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB0989330303