The Frog Book
The Frog Book gives readers an in-depth look at the life and world of frogs (and some toads!), starting with their life cycle and going on to fascinating topics like how frogs eat, how they protect their eggs and defend themselves. The book is full of fun facts and beautiful watercolor-esque illustrations that show everything from frog pattern to anatomy to size. Even readers who are knowledgeable about frogs are likely to find something new and interesting in this book.
Although the information is broken into manageable chunks, the book is on the longer and denser side, so it would be appropriate for slightly older readers with a longer attention span. However, younger children can read parts with an adult or adults can enjoy it on their own. It’s a must-read for anyone who likes frogs or even just learning about cool animals.
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|Author||Steve Jenkins • Robin Page|
|Page Count||40 pages|
|Publisher||HMH Books for Young Readers|
|Amazon||Buy this Book|