OverviewThe title story-song is about a little duck from the Prairies who has a big dream—making it to New York City and doing his ducky dance on Broadway! It turns out to be an adventurous journey that appears bound for failure, until he meets up with a truck driver named Big Betty. She points him in the right direction and gives him that little nudge he needs to tackle the Big Apple. Additional songs feature alligators that waltz at midnight, little girls who sing off-key to get tomatoes thrown at them, and opera-singing slugs that sneak out at night to do the boogie-woogie.
Author BiographyConnie Kaldor is "one of Canada’s most significant contemporary folk performers," according to Billboard Magazine. Her song "Wood River" is considered by many to be a quintessential Saskatchewanian song, and in 2007, she was appointed to the Order of Canada. She lives in Montreal, Quebec. Fil & Julie (Philippe Arseneau Bussières and Julie Saint-Onge Drouin) have illustrated several albums, including Gratien Gratton prince de la gratouille, Fanfaron, À l'école des petits magiciens, and Time for Bed. They live in Quebec City, Quebec.