Frog and toad book set
Adventures of Frog and Toad (I Can Read Series)
In stock online. Available in stores. From sledding in winter to eating ice cream on hot summer days, these two friends have fun together the whole year round! This reading collection is a Level Two I Can Read, geared toward kids who read on their own but still need a little help. The following ISBNs are associated with this title:.
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Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount. From sledding in winter to eating ice cream on hot summer days, these two friends have fun together the whole year round! This reading collection is a Level Two I Can Read, geared toward kids who read on their own but still need a little help.
Frog and Toad are the main characters in a series of easy-reader children's books , written and illustrated by Arnold Lobel who also wrote Mouse Soup. Each book contains five simple, often humorous, sometimes poignant, short stories chronicling the exploits of the anthropomorphic frog and his friend, a toad. Some of their adventures include attempting to fly a kite, cleaning Toad's dirty house instead of postponing the chores to the next day, and finding out different reasons for isolation. Frog is taller with a green shade, and is more cheery and relaxed than Toad; Toad is shorter and stout with a brown shade, and while just as caring and friendly as Frog, is also the more serious and uptight of the duo. In , three of Arnold Lobel's uncolored, unpublished Frog and Toad books were discovered in an estate sale. They were consolidated into two books and colored by Lobel's daughter Adrianne Lobel.