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Can I Join Your Club?

John Kelly, Steph Laberis

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4 out 5

Duck wants to join a club. But he needs to be able to ROAR to join Lion Club, or TRUMPET to join Elephant Club. And all he can do is QUACK! What's a Duck to do? Why, set up his own club of course... where everyone is welcome to join!


I liked that the duck made up his own club and let others join. It also made me laugh. Yes i would recommend it.

Anonymous 03.09.2019

It was the best story ever and whoever wrote it is a good author and it is funny. I think it should have lots of versions

Dame Harmonica Sausage-Roll 06.08.2019

I really liked this book because the book was funny. I didn't understand it but I still liked it. I would recommend it to someone else.

Anonymous 27.07.2019

i really liked this one. duck let everyone join in his ckub which was kind

Professor Blueberry Teacup 15.08.2018

brilliant read, was happy that duck started his own club

Marshal Pug Wellington 13.08.2018

I like that they are all friends in the same club :-)

Superintendent Arthur Possum 10.08.2018

I think this book is great because it's funny and I love the pictures. The story is about a duck that wants to join a club but no one accepts him. Finally he made his own club. My favourite character is the snake. :-)

Mademoiselle Angel Bookmark 25.03.2018

Can I join your club?

Anonymous 13.03.2018

I found it childish. I recommend it for less than ten years old.

Anonymous 31.01.2018

This book is very funny. I loved the drawings in the book- the lion carrying dumble, the snake wearing goggles! The lion even didn't eat the duck! The best part of the story was that the duck wanted to make friends.

Anonymous 24.11.2017

I feel funny when the duck tries to make the sounds of the other animals. No one lets him join their club. So he makes his own club. He lets tortoise, rabbits, bird, boar, Ostrich, snake, elephant and lion into his club.

Anonymous 18.11.2017

This is very nice. We should not be selfish. We should be just like the duck. Not the way he quacks or flys. But his behaviour.

Anonymous 18.11.2017

Because the book tells to be who you are

Anonymous 13.11.2017

Brilliant x

Anonymous 30.08.2017

I like it

Anonymous 26.08.2017

The duck wanted to join a club however the people don't allow him to join so then he decides to become independent and makes his own club and being kind he allows everybody in the club and made his dream come true by having all those friends. I like the book because the pictures are very expressive and it has a moral to it which id don't leave people out of things. AND IF SOMEONE DOES THEN GET BACK RIGHT UP AGAIN!

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Anonymous 21.08.2017

I liked it cos they kept saying Can I join your club and they kept saying no. My favourite ones were the lion and the snake.

Anonymous 18.08.2017

This book is really enjoyable for little kids I read it to my 1 year old brother andhe really enjoyed it .

Anonymous 16.08.2017

It has great pictures and it's good that duck makes freinds

Anonymous 12.08.2017

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