The Wide Mouthed Frog
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|Author||: Ana Martín Larrañaga|
I'm a big wide-mouthed frog and I eat flies, says the chirpy big wide-mouthed frog to the kangaroo, the koala, the possum and the emu. Who are you, and what do you eat? Then the frog meets a crocodile - and finds out that sometimes it's better to keep your big wide mouth shut!
|Author||: Sam Lloyd|
|Editor||: Silver Dolphin|
After asking the jungle animals what they like to do, vain Wendy the wide-mouthed frog decides that she is better than all of them and dives into the sea to see if she can find anyone more interesting, but things don't turn out as she planned.
|Editor||: Top That! Publishing|
Children will love to join the cocky wide-mouthed frog as he sets off to introduce himself to the world. With its lovable protagonist and impressive pop-up characters, this well-known comic story with a twist is sure to be read time and time again.
|Author||: Tasneem Tewogbola|
A little nosy African bull-frog with a big mouth learns a valuable lesson about minding your own business and not being so showy and loud.
|Author||: Teresa Bateman,Will Terry|
|Editor||: Albert Whitman & Company|
In the rainforest, a frog with a very big mouth catches an enormous fly. The frog brags to a toucan, a coati, and a capybara. Wanting to brag just a little longer, he tells a jaguar. Guess what jaguars like to eat?
|Author||: Florence Holbrook|
|Editor||: Courier Corporation|
These 54 wonder-filled stories describe in simple folktale style how many amazing creatures of the earth were created and why they look and act as they do. 29 illustrations.
|Author||: Kristy Jo Volchko|
Spring is here again at Cackleberry Creek and young Lulu is full of questions about everything! “When will I grow bigger? Why do cows eat grass? Why is the sky blue?” However, one thing Lulu knows for sure is, she isn’t feeling very pretty or special today. She wishes she were a bird, a squirrel, a cat...anything but a green ole frog! With a little help from Mama and her pals, can she learn to love herself for being her? Through it all, Lulu learns that being special does not always mean being like someone else. In addition, maybe...just maybe, frogs can fly too! Kristy Jo Volchko lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The ‘Cackleberry Creek’ series is inspired by her time spent playing on her Grandmother Elizabeth’s farm in Ohio. A portion of proceeds from this book will benefit various children’s organizations and charities. Hold tight for more Cackleberry Creek adventures!
|Author||: Joan M. Ferrin|
Mrs. Wide-mouth Frog's happiness at becoming a mother is soon forgotten when she realizes she doesn't know what to feed her new baby! She sets off through the jungle to ask the other mothers what they feed their babies.
|Author||: Shirley Parenteau,Cynthia Jabar|
As the night becomes still, one big frog lets out his croaking song, followed by two tiny friends, until groups of as many as ten frogs have all joined in, in voices of all sorts, but when a car passes near, all songs are silenced.
|Author||: Leslie Tryon|
|Editor||: Atheneum Books|
Hopping Frog, the mail carrier, takes the reader along his route through a village bustling with activity in this counting rhyme.
|Author||: Justin Krasner|
|Editor||: Workman Publishing|
Take an interactive journey through the night sky in an innovative, tactile board book, a special book that engages three senses—seeing, touching, and hearing. With its gorgeous, full-spread illustrations of constellations and beloved bedtime lullaby reimagined, Crinkle, Crinkle, Little Star is the perfect book to rock babies to sleep. Here’s Taurus the bull, strong and fast. Cetus the whale, waving a mighty tail. Orion, with bow and arrow in hand. Babies can trace the imaginary lines that turn random stars into ancient constellations—and, in a special treat, create a crinkling sound by tracing the channel of shimmery material underneath the last illustration in the book. That same mysterious, compelling crinkling sound persists when baby and parents hold the book and rub the crinkly material on the back cover.
|Author||: Faustin Charles|
|Editor||: Bloomsbury USA Childrens|
What better way to learn colours than on a fun animal safari? From white-and-black zebras to grey elephants and green crocodiles, this book is packed with a whole host of animal friends. Learning has never been so much fun!
|Author||: Faustin Charles|
|Editor||: A&C Black|
All of the animals are afraid of the Selfish Crocodile - he never let's them into his river, and he's always so snappy! And so when the Selfish Crocodile finds himself in terrible pain, no-one wants to help him - after all, what if he gobbles them up? But, to everyone's surprise, there is one animal in the forest who is willing to help . . . A brilliant tale of friendship, The Selfish Crocodile has become a picture book classic.