Read excerpts from books by Jase, Si, Phil, Willie, Korie, and more of the Robertsons.
Good Call: Reflections on Faith, Family, and Fowl
By Jase Robertson with Mark Schlabach
My absolute favorite thing in the world to do is frog hunting, and my favorite things to eat are fried frog legs. I've found that frogs are some of the strangest creatures on earth. Did you know frogs absorb water through their skin, so they don't need to drink? Frogs can lay as many as four thousand eggs at once, and in one species of frog, the male takes its mate's eggs into its mouth as soon as they show signs of life...
Si-cology 1: Tales and Wisdom From Duck Dynasty's Favorite Uncle
By Si Robertson with Mark Schlabach
Like every other human on earth, I came into this world in the buff. According to my brothers and sisters, I stayed that way throughout much of my early childhood. For whatever reason, I never liked to wear clothes when I was a boy, so I ran around our farm buck nekkid. I guess I figured since God brought me into this world in my birthday suit, I might as well wear it...
The Women of Duck Commander
By Kay, Korie, Missy, Jessica, and Lisa Robertson with Beth Clark
My grandmother once told me, "You'll have to fight for your marriage." When she said those words, I did not understand them. I had no idea what she meant. I never really saw her fight for her marriage because she had a good relationship with my grandfather. I would not say they were lovey-dovey all the time, but they treated each other with respect and there was peace in their home. In the early years of my marriage to Phil, I did everything I could think of to be a good wife and a good mother to Alan...
The Duck Commander Family
By Willie and Korie Robertson
I like to say Duck Commander is a lot like duck wraps. Huh? No, really it is. It's a bunch of things that may not seem like they belong together, but when they all come together they make something spectacular. Everyone at Duck Commander brings something special to the table, and rather than fighting against one another, we complement each other. Do we have our disagreements? Of course! But we don't take away from the unique flavors each one brings. We are all held together by a common love...
Book Excerpt: Happy, Happy, Happy
By Phil Robertson
What ever happened to the on-and-off switch? I don't ask for much, but my hope is that someday soon we'll get back to where we have a switch that says on and off. Nowadays, everything has a pass code, sequence, or secret decoder. I think maybe the yuppies overdid it with these computers. The very thing they touted as the greatest time-saving device in history-a computer-now occupies the lion's share of everybody's life...