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"Latter Day Kids books are such a beautiful resource. They teach values in a playful and age appropriate way.  I read these with my three children ages 6-1. They love the animals and are engaged with the storylines. I love having books about abstract emotionally intelligent concepts in our home. They are such a beautiful tool that give a common language and understanding that child and parent can springboard off of to have those nuanced conversations."  


-Katelyn H.


"My kids and I have been obsessed with the Latter-Day Kids videos for years, and I was through the roof when I found they were going to make some of their stories into picture books! I love that the characters in the stories are relatable, trying their best, but have room to grow - just like all of us do. The stories are clever, the illustrations capture my kids attention and hold them, and the best part - my kids are learning core values like honesty, integrity, and friendship at their level. I cannot wait to add every single one of these books to our collection and I am so grateful to Jared and his family for creating cherished books we will read again and again."


-Stephanie L.


“We have been big fans of Latter Day Kids for a couple of years now, and I was so excited to hear that they are releasing books based on their videos! The books are a great tangible resource for parents to teach their children about forgiveness, sharing, honesty and other values that are much needed in the world. My kids and I all really enjoyed The Angry Bee book and I love having this book in our home!”


-Kate N.



The Duck Who Didn't Want to Share (A Story About Sharing)

  • Drake the Duck lives with his friends near a pond where children gather often to feed the ducks. Drake is a very fast swimmer, and he soon learns that he can use his speed to get all the oats before the other ducks can get them! All summer long, Drake takes all the oats for himself, and he saves them in a great big pile! “Do you see me?” Drake says. “I have the biggest stack of oats in the whole wide world!” But, when it’s time to fly south for the winter, Drake doesn’t want to leave his precious oats behind! Instead, he spends the whole winter out in the cold, sitting on top of his precious pile of oats! Eventually, Drake starts to miss the other ducks, and he discovers that oats aren’t really all that great. Drake made a mistake! He realizes that his friends are much more important to him than a big pile of oats! 

  • This book is printed on demand and fulfilled by Amazon. All requests for returns or refunds must be handled through Amazon customer service. 

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