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Gator McBumpypants in Dee Dee Makes Three (Gator McBumpypants and Friends Book 3) by Maria L Berg is the third in a series. Herman goes to visit his friend Gator, but he isn’t alone. Herman has made a new friend called Dee Dee the duck. At first Gator is a little jealous of Herman’s new friend because she can fly like Herman but Gator can’t. But she can also swim like Gator and Herman can't, which makes Dee Dee a very special friend indeed! Can the three of them find a way to be friends together, to teach each other new things, and invent more ways to have fun?
Gator McBumpypants in Dee Dee Makes Three (Gator McBumpypants and Friends Book 3) by Maria L Berg is a great book for kids. As well as a nice story written in easy language appropriate for the intended age group, it is packed full of high color photographs. What makes these special, and I do admit to having more than one chuckle while looking at them, is that Ms Berg has used stuffed toys in real settings to match the story. This lends a touch of reality to the story and kids are bound to love them. I didn’t read either of the first two books in the series, but I believe that these are stories that kids will want read to them over and over again. I know that if my grandchildren were still young enough, they would want this book.