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Red-eyed Tree Frog (Scholastic Bookshelf) Paperback – March 1, 2006
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Kathy Piehl, Minnesota State University, Mankato
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The "Red-Eyed Tree Frog" introduces us to a tint frig with wide eyes, and a few adventures he has. He contemplates eating an ant, swallows a moth, and narrowly escapes being munched by a snake.
The photographer should get the kudos here, as though there is text, it is the pictures which are the prize. The storyline is bland, unpoetic, but the photos are amazing. We see the frog flying in mid-air, and with his foot being tasted by the snake, and a moth pre- and mid-lunch. There is a cool shot of the frog with his eyes closed, as the frog sleeps, and the odd film covering its eyes.
It is a real look at a day in the life of one tree frog.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
it's photographic and more scientific. thought it might have been a more playful storyPublished 10 months ago by Sara Sennett
My grandson loved it and it counted in reading assignment so it was a win-win.Published 11 months ago by BABs
This book was a gift to grandsons teacher. The academic theme this year is the rainforest. The book is colorful and includes
facts to keep students interested when the book... Read more
The book is not in as good of shape as I expected. I know I purchased a used book but did not expect small tears which won't hold up well in a classroom library.Published on August 30, 2013 by Kathy Booth
My son adores this book and is now a committed frog-fan! The text is simple enough for him to read himself so that is an added bonus!Published on April 27, 2013 by bluebird
This was a Christmas gift for a 7 year old who is a good reader. We gave it to her with a Tree Frog webkin!Published on January 5, 2013 by Linda A. Hammersmith
This book gives a day (or night I should say, since it's a nocturnal creature) in the life of a red-eyed tree frog with neat photos to boot.Published on June 16, 2010 by Mom