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An Army of Frogs (A Kulipari Novel #1) Paperback – October 14, 2014
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Gr 3-6-In this fast-paced tale, Pryce finds just the right balance between brutality and bravery, friendship and betrayal, and loss and discovery. Darel, a common wood frog, has a burning desire to emulate his late father, a mighty Kulipari warrior who died defending their homeland from invading scorpions. A new alliance between the scorpions and spiders threatens the Amphibilands. Darel and his friend Gee find themselves in the heart of the enemy camp: Gee a prisoner and Darel posing as a warrior volunteer. Darel's cunning and bravery make for a page-turner, and readers will be rooting for him as he, Gee, and their friend Coorah help lead the army of frogs to victory and secure the Amphibilands once more. Greene lends his talent with lush color illustrations that capture the tension and tenor of the text. Fans of Suzanne Collins's "Underland Chronicles" series (Scholastic) will be clamoring for this well-written first installation in a series. A must-have, winning adventure that is nearly impossible to put down.-Mary Beth Rassulo, Ridgefield Library, CTα(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Set in the forests, coves, and deserts of the Australian hinterlands, this first novel by former NFL vet Pryce, writing with Naftali, pits cleverness against brute strength. Facing an invading alliance of scorpions, spiders, and lizards, a young wood frog survives—and saves his fellow frogs—through quickness, nerve, and major-league bluffing. The exciting story begins as Darel tries to prepare himself for a battle that the adult frogs don’t see coming. The son of a slain hero, a poisonous Kulipari warrior frog, Darel recruits his hefty best friend to train alongside him. Though the narrative focuses on frogs, it offers peeks at the evil doings of the scorpions and spiders as they plot to take over the Amphibilands. Pryce builds tension as the frogs figure out how to deploy their varied skills and reach the ancient turtle king who long ago placed a protective spell over their land. The violent but not overly graphic action is well matched by Greene’s dynamic and plentiful full-color illustrations. The provided map will help young readers track the spirited heroes. Grades 3-6. --Abby Nolan --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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