Tuesday won the 1992 Caldecott Medal and, among other honors, was named as an ALA Notable Children's Book. The critical acclaim will come as no surprise to anyone who opens the pages of this beautiful and humorous book. With hardly any words (except those noting the time), David Wiesner creates a wondrous romp as silent as the middle of the night. Using the rich purples, blues, and greens of late evening, Wiesner draws readers into the warm, incandescent world of frog flight. "Read" this wordless wonder to children and savor it for yourself as well. Chances are, you and the youngsters will both find yourselves poised at the window, hoping to catch a few airborne frogs in the act. (Ages 4 and older) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
He loves this book, and wants it read to him before bed and at nap times.
The story opens and frogs begin to float above their pond, perched upon their lily pads, like genies on flying carpets.
The story is made up of entirely pictures, beautifully done pictures, with great detail and haunting coloring.
What a fun, silly picture book! As long as the parent realizes that the story is all in the visuals (no text) and so they (or the child) would have to make up the narration as you... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Batfan7
wonderful book, great condition...not their fault that it wa mis-shipped..It came today. very excited.Published 23 days ago by M. Jost
From the very first illustration I was drawn in. I kept wanting to stare at the frogs to figure out what they were thinking. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Michelle McBeth
A most delightful book for Kindergarden. I have already written a review.Published 1 month ago by Martha
This book contains beautiful pictures, but be warned, there are NO WORDS. So this book isn't one you can read to a class or as a nighttime story.Published 1 month ago by Ann Marie Haynes
David Wiesner has a fascinating imagination. I am so glad he takes us along for the ride with beautiful pictures of amazing fantastic amusing possibilities of impossibles.Published 1 month ago by Susan Seymour
My young niece and nephew were fascinated by this essentially wordless book. I have bought them several books from this author/artist, and have used them to encourage my niece and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thomas Farrell