Ribbit! The Truth about Frogs by Annette Whipple is a feast for frog-loving eyes. The illustrations--a combination of photography and drawings--are enough to draw any curious viewer in with their vibrant, colorful detail. But there is more to love about this book than the pictures. This book is full of engaging, easy-to-digest, fascinating facts about frogs! Each spread of the book begins with a question to pique the reader's interest, like "Who's hopping?" and "What's the difference between frogs and toads?" (Hint: Toads are frogs!). This book's concise text and visually engaging layout makes it a good choice for all kinds of learners and readers, particularly those with an interest in frogs or animals in general (and it's part of a series of other equally engaging books about critters). It even includes instructions on how to build a toad house in your garden! In short, this book is a "hopping" good time!
Read: Ribbit! The Truth about Frogs by Annette Whipple
- What new fact or facts did you learn about frogs?
- Were you surprised to learn that toads ARE frogs?
- Have you ever seen a frog near your house? What about at a park or a lake?
- What kind of frog is your favorite? If you're not sure, flip through the book again.
- Have you read any other books about frogs?
- Teeny Tiny Toady by Jill Esbaum, illustrated by Keika Yamaguchi
- A Hippy-Hoppy Toad by Peggy Archer, illustrated by Anne Wilsdorf
- I Don't Want to Be a Frog by Dev Petty, illustrated by Mike Boldt