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by Ron Maris

  • Author: Ron Maris
  • ISBN: 0531045757
  • ISBN13: 978-0531045756
  • ePub: 1764 kb | FB2: 1749 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Franklin Watts (1982)
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 939
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Better Move On, Frog! ePub download

Better Move On, Frog! book.

Better Move On, Frog! book.

Authors: Maris, Ron. Better Move on, Frog! . Title: Better Move on, Frog! Publisher: Picture Lions. Better Move on, Frog! (Picture Lions). Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 5 pre-owned listings.

ISBN13:9780939979332. Release Date:January 1982.

Better move on, frog! by. Maris, Ron. Publication date. no page number in the book.

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A frog searches for a hole for himself, but all seem to be occupied until the last one, which is just right.
I bought this book after borrowing a fellow teacher's copy. The children loved it and it has become a classroom favorite. The artwork is colorful and because the phrase "jump frog jump" is repeated the children anticipated and participated in reading the book. The bright colorful pages remind me of Eric Carle books somewhat. Very nice purchase.
I bought this for my grandson because his mom and uncles loved this book when they were little. I was so glad to find it. Thank you!
<< There will be an blatantly unmistakable warning before that portion of my review, so don't be worried that I'll ruin it for you. Thanks! >>

This was my absolute favorite book at a very young age. I knew where it was located at each of the three libraries where we went, and checked it out each time. Before being able to read on my own, the story's rhythm, predictability, and cadence, made it easy to memorize the simple dialog. Since the illustrations are beautiful with enough color and content for a toddler (or even an adult) to enjoy, I'd have guessed the book would have gotten more publicity and praise. The illustrations are detailed, but nowhere near the extent of Graeme Base's "Animalia" or "The Eleventh Hour."

"Better Move On, Frog" was published the same year I was born: 1982. Because of the animals in this book, it's sure to be delightful for the right age group. DEFINITELY RECOMMENDED!

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To me, this book bears some similarity to P.D. Eastman's "Are You My Mother?". In that book, a baby bird is searching to find his mother by asking all manner of creatures if he was theirs. Toddlers can chime in and say, "No, the dog isn't his mother!"

"Better Move On, Frog" is centered on a frog searching to find himself a suitable home. He visits each potential home only to find it occupied by other animals who then traipse along behind him while he continues his search. Toddlers can actively participate by guessing if Frog could live, for example, in a distinctively shaped mouse hole in the baseboard. "No, mice live there!," the children will say.

This is most certainly the first book that I ever thought of as 'my favorite'.
This was a fantastic transaction....exactly what I wanted, what the seller said it was, and I received it in the time frame promised.
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