Their tadpole beginnings, noises they make, body parts and how they live. Ages 5-8. Bright green borders frame watery scenes where frog spawn changes to embryos, tadpoles, young frogs, and finally, mature amphibians. Gibbons' distinctive, labeled drawings identify the features described in the text, and her subjects float, swim, jump, and dive in colorful, lifelike illustrations. In age-appropriate language, she describes the frogs' life cycles, feeding habits, enemies, and habitats.
She even explains the differences between a frog and a toad. This attractive book will appeal to prereaders, beginning readers, and the adults who read to those groups.
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