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Frogs Hardcover – January 1, 2008
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I recommend this book for any parent who has a child animal crazy like mine.
You should check out this book! It teaches about frogs. It gives you a lot of information about frogs. Did you know that some bullfrogs can stay underwater? The pictures are awesome because they give us a visual. We get to see a lot of colorful frogs. There is a picture of an African bullfrog that has eaten a mouse. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did!
You should look at Frogs by Nick Bishop. You will get a lot of information from it. Did you know that bullfrogs lay 20,000 eggs? I didn't until I read Frogs. Did you know that tadpoles can eat small animals and change as they grow? The pictures are awesome because they give us a visual. We see a picture of some baby tadpoles that can form into big frogs. A red eyed tree frog can grow to be 2-3 inches, but when they are that young they are tiny and the picture shows that. I think you should check out Frogs.
You should buy the book Frogs by Nic Bishop. This is a great book if you like frogs. This book has a lot of details. For example, it tells you how a bull frog ate 17 young cobras. I also have learned that flying frogs can jump and glide. There are some fantastic pictures in this book. I saw how tadpoles get eaten by water bugs. A spade foot toad can bury itself. If you get to see the book Frogs, I "hop" you like it!
Frogs is a good book. Did you know there is a gliding frog? I did not and then I read this book. This book has great pictures. It shows you what an
X-ray frog looks like and you can see if it's poisonous or not. You should jump out to the store to buy this book!
Hey Mr. Bishop - an idea for another book would be to write about your experiences as a herpetologist/in the field/experiences with the wildlife such as training the toad to jump.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great book for our nonfiction unit. Kids loved it and it was easy to understand. Great book to buy for your class.Published on April 8, 2014 by Nancy Norath
Got this for our 9 year old grandson who loves all things outdoors and spends lots of time at a local creek where frogs abound. Lots of good info for him.Published on February 7, 2014 by Amazon Customer
My grandson is into bugs, worms, and frogs. He loves this book and I am sure he will learn a lot from it. He is really into nature and I am very proud of that fact.Published on October 12, 2013 by dj
Made stuffed frogs for each of the grandchildren. Looked for books to accompany. This one was for the 6 year old who has to dissect just about everything!Published on March 1, 2013 by motherinthekitchen
This book is entertaining as well as informative. The photography is outstanding. Our seven year old grandson loved it and never tired of finding another interesting fact to... Read morePublished on January 25, 2013 by Diane M