From School Library Journal
PreS-In springtime at the pond, Mama Frog finds a comfy place to lay her eggs and then heads off to find a suitable lily pad to call home. The eggs soon hatch, leaving five tadpoles hunting for her. They first encounter a duck who describes their mother in such a way that the tadpoles visit a fish. The fish, then a turtle, and lastly a crab each give the tadpoles an additional clue as to their mother's physical description. Listening for her calls, they finally find her awaiting them on a lily pad. P. D. Eastman's Are You My Mother? (Random, 1960) remains the better choice for a book about newly born animals hunting for their mothers.-Laura Hunter, Mount Laurel Library, NJα(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journal. LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
About the Author
is a Taiwanese author and illustrator. She graduated from the French art school L’École Emile Cohl in 2010. Where Is Mama?
is her first book. She lives in Lyon, France.