What do different kinds of ducks eat? Why do ducks fly south for the winter? Are ducks very good swimmers? And, when they do swim, why don't ducks get wet?
The curious child will learn plenty about ducks from Ducks Don't Get Wet, a Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science Book by Augusta Goldin, illustrated by Leonard Kessler.
Like What Makes Day and Night, Ducks Don't Get Wet is interesting and informative, and the illustrations, though sometimes a little odd, go well with the text. Also like What Makes Day and Night, Ducks Don't Get Wet includes some experiments children can do at home to help them understand why ducks, as the book says, don't get wet.
There's a newer edition than mine with illustrations by Helen K. Davie. It looks to have much more realistic illustrations, compared to Kessler's version, but it seems a shame to miss the strangeness of Kessler's illustrations. Either version should be good, though.
Ducks Don't Get Wet is another wonderful book in the Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science Books series, and a great choice for children. It's educational and fun--you can't go wrong!