Five Little Ducks is a story with many positive aspects, but the story does not have a positive outcome. I do not think it is intended as a moral lesson or a message of love, but it is a lesson of how to fail and what it takes to succeed. It also teaches us that life is precious, and failure can be an amazing journey. I believe that the story of Five Little Ducks is meant to be read as an inspirational piece for parents.
The story of Five Little DUCKS begins when the children of a family known as the PELTS attend summer camp. The father of these children, Bob Pelts, is always in an emotional turmoil because his wife, Evelyn, is a hippie. Evelyn was born into a very rich family. The PELTS’ wealth is so great that their homes are always on the market. Bob is always in anxiety about losing Evelyn to the hippies, who live in their homes.
Evelyn, however, is a vegetarian who enjoys pea soup and music. The family is having a wonderful time at summer camp until Bob starts to have an anxiety attack. His anxiety becomes so severe that he cannot attend school. Evelyn tries to talk to him about his problem, but Bob is very resistant to listening. Bob eventually goes to the counselor to seek help.
The Characters In Five Little Ducks
In this story, the counselor, Tom Brouwer, is so passionate about the mission of summer camp that he is not afraid to allow Bob to do great things in his life. He believes that it is important for campers to realize that there are great opportunities for them. Bob is excited to get back to school and start his studies. The counselor encourages him to write down his goals and see if he can reach them. Bob finally starts to write down his goals, and he realizes that his main objective is to go back to school and achieve his dream of going to college. The counselor, Tom, encourages him to set goals for himself so that he will have something to work towards, and he will feel more confident.
One day, Evelyn comes home and finds that Bob has not written down any goals for himself in summer camp. She is worried, so she asks Bob to create them for her. He starts to create a list of things that he wants to do and accomplish.
One thing on his list is to go to summer camp and attend, but it is not listed as one of his goals for himself. He then realizes that he does not want to spend the summer camp in some shack somewhere in the middle of nowhere in the wilderness, which he wants to do. Because he knows that in summer camp, he would learn how to work hard. And have fun with his friends and do the things that his dreams are.
Another goal that Bob wants to accomplish is to eat pea soup with all of the other campers. Although the campers love pea soup, Bob does not like to eat it at camp. Because of this, he realizes that if he wants to do great things, he must overcome his fear of eating peas. This step takes him to another level of his goals. He makes a list of foods that he wants to eat at camp and goes on a diet that includes only peas.
After a few months at summer camp, Bob is a more confident person. He has a better grasp on his diet and realizes that he can accomplish anything he sets his mind to. He also realizes that he must keep a strong desire and never give up.