"Our son, 21 months, loves this book. From the day we brought it home he has to read it almost every night. He really gets a kick out of the little duck knocking over the pepper in the pizza parlor and another one tearing open the bread crumbs in the supermarket. It's a little harder level for him at his age but he understands much of the book and talks about the things that happen in the story. If your kid loves Elmo and the gang, this one is great." Amazon Customer said.
"My daughter got this as a gift when she turned 1. She's now 19 months old. The story is a little long for her (there's a block of text on each page instead of a sentence or two), but she still loves the book. She turns the pages so fast I've had to abridge the story, but overall, she loves the storyline, especially when I read "make way for Elmo and his duckies." Sometimes she'll have me read the story while she plays with something else, but if I stop reading, she'll get upset so at least I know she's lisening.
What I like about the book is that it's a fairly small board book so it's easy for small children to hold and it's great to travel with. The story is cute with a few of the Sesame Sreet characters making appearances (Big Bird and Zoe). It's also one of the few board books that actually has a real story to it. Definitely a book for an Elmo fan." Pizor said.
"Such a cute book and given my son loves ducks this is a HUGE hit with him....it gives him another opportunity to sit with me and quack at every duck he sees in the book. The story is adorable!" ThreePeas said.
"I don't know what she don't like about it, but if I even open it up she wants to close it right away and this is not her normal self when it comes to books!" Chasity Renea Morris said.
"My 10 month old son hasn't caught onto this one yet. It's a little long to keep his attention right now, but he loves other Elmo stories, so I think he'll take to it more in a few months." MAS said.