Kid Talk Tuesday: Duck Commander® Faith, Family and Fun for kids is here!

That’s right, you read correctly. Tyndale Kids is releasing the Be Your Own Duck Commander series for kids ages 8-12, but if you ask me, anyone who is a fan of the Duck Commander® family will love these fun interactive stories. Stay tuned all month for fun and exciting news about the series!

Readers become one of the Duck Commander® characters in each zany adventure. Each of the four books presents wacky challenges and gives young readers a variety of paths out of trouble. The series is filled with humor, life lessons, and a fun tone, consistent with the Duck Commander® characters and brand. At the conclusion of each adventure, a faith lesson is delivered by John Luke Robertson.

“It’s really important for kids to read at an early age. It’s all about making the right decisions.” John Luke Robertson

The first book in the series, Willie’s Redneck Time Machine, is a wild, action-packed journey with wise lessons embedded along the way. When Willie finds a mysterious outhouse in the Duck Commander® warehouse, he discovers there’s more to it than meets the eye. Soon he’s traveling through time and space, from his high school prom to biblical times to a futuristic war in the year 2319. Additional adventure books in this series include Phil & the Ghost of Camp Ch-Yo-Ca, Si in Space, and Jase & the Deadliest Hunt.


Each individual book is only $9.99 with a Boxed Set available for $29.99 at your favorite retailer or at

Adam Sabados

Adam Sabados

Adam is the Digital Media Coordinator at Tyndale. He gets to have fun running social media campaigns, and online advertising. Adam is a graduate of Malone University in Canton, Ohio where he majored in communication arts and was highly involved in the theatre department. He currently lives in Wheaton, IL with his wife Meghan, his son Luke, and their Cavalier pup Banksy. You can follow Adam on Twitter at @AdamSab where you can learn all about his latest improv comedy shows around Chicago, hear about the woes of Ohio sports teams, or catch an insightful blog post or two.