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C. 821,88 Stat. 484 (1974). 6. Education for All Handicapped Children Act, 20 U. S. C. 1401 (1975). 7. Vocational Rehabilitation Act, 29 U. S. C. 794 (1973). 4. CHAPTER 4 Reintegration of the Handicapped BETTY PFEFFERBAUM "What fine ducklings," the old Grandmother said. "But why waste your time sitting on that large egg any longer. I'm sure it's a turkey's egg and a little turkey is a great bother to a duck .... " The next day the large egg cracked and out came the strangest looking duck she had ever seen.
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I'm sure it's a turkey's egg and a little turkey is a great bother to a duck .... " The next day the large egg cracked and out came the strangest looking duck she had ever seen. Instead of being yellow and fluffy like the other ducklings, it was an ugly greenish gray color and it had a long neck and long, awkward legs. "He's the ugliest child I ever had," thought Mother Duck. But she treated him kindly and tried not to let him feel that he was different from the others .... But Mother Duck could not be beside the Ugly Duckling all the time, and whenever she was away from him for a moment, someone teased him or pecked at him.
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