Narrated By: Harry Enfield
Duration: 10 minutes
What to expect
A hilarious new adventure featuring the infamous Duck and his long-suffering friends, Sheep, Goat and Frog.
Duck and friends go out one day
with a bat, a ball and a glove to play.
Duck hits the ball – but where does it fall?
On a branch in the tree, now they can’t play at all.
Frog has an idea, Duck lends a hand
but nothing turns out quite as planned.
Children's picture books
Listen to a sample
PRAISE FOR DUCK'S KEY WHERE CAN IT BE?
"The simple story builds up by involving the reader – a bit like the pantomine 'he's behind you' concept. Interactive fun." Junior Magazine
"For its vibrant simplicity, this bright and bold open-the-flap book is irresistible… will continue to delight for many readings." Guardian
"… will make reading together a hoot" BBC Parenting
“A really great story; the best Duck book so far”
“With a nod to Dr Seuss and a wink to John Burningham , Jez Alborough deals an irresistible lessn in rhyme ans rhythm, as well as storytelling, which is hugely entertaining”