This humorous micro-fiction children’s book is dedicated to my Down’s syndrome son. He enjoys making humorous sound effects and hilarious faces, and he likes ducks. Duck Boy goes down under and discovers strange similarities and stark differences. He learns valuable lessons and makes new friends in a far away land. More
This hilarious micro-fiction children’s story is dedicated to my Down’s syndrome son. He enjoys making duck sounds and outrageously funny faces. Duck Boy goes down under, to Australia, and discovers strange similarities and stark differences. He learns valuable lessons that increase his understanding and broaden his perspective. He makes new friends in a land far from his home. He notices that everyone there is different. He learns that everyone there sees him as the one who is different. I made up this story for my son when he was about two years old. He is seven as of the time of this publication. This story is a prequel to another story I composed for him at the same time, titled Platypus Boy on the Duck Farm.