They walked in the woods. There's one story where Toad and Frog go swimming. Kids will certainly understand Toad's unnecessary temper tantrum and his shyness when it comes to revealing an unflattering bathing suit or Frog's jumping and joyfulness at the beginning when all Toad wants to do is just stay in bed. So he climbs out, and all the animals laugh at his silly bathing suit and how funny he looks. The publisher did a real disservice to both the author and the readers by the poor job they did in transferring the books into digital format.
I loved them, and I kept them for many years. Then Toad poured a glass of water over his head. They were funny then and they're funny now, some thirty-odd years later. These are great stories - funny, poignant, silly - stories that are a great reward to parents because they ca There's Lucy and Ethel, there's Felix and Oscar, there's George and Martha, and there's Frog and Toad. Frog walked into the house. Featuring award-winning authors and illustrators and a fabulous cast of beloved characters, I Can Read Books set the standard for beginning readers.
The November page was still on top. The frog was not feeling well. The classic Frog and Toad stories by Arnold Lobel have won numerous a Celebrate the power of friendship with Frog and Toad—a Caldecott Honor Book! I wish I had a friend like this. Frog tore off the April page too. No one ever wants to help you.
He tore off the December page. They walked across a large meadow. He walked up and down on the porch, but he could not think of a story. Then Toad went into the house and stood on his head. Celebrate the power of friendship with Frog and Toad—a Caldecott Honor Book! Annotation: For children in first to third grade. He stood on his head, but he could not think of a story. He poured water over his head, but he could not think of a story.
I enjoyed very much the whole 15 minutes it took me to read the 5 stories in here. All in all, highly recommended and a great book about friendship! I am going back to bed. Then Toad began to bang his head against the wall. Children seem to relate strongly to these tales. Frog and Toad jumped into the water. I miss quiet cheerfulness like Frog and Toad.
However, I have always found Arnold Lobel's presented text rather annoyingly dragging both when I first read Frog and Toad Are Friends as a child, and when I recently reread the book for a group discussion in the Children's Literature Group's Picture Book Club. But sometimes, when all else fails, and not even Wonder Woman can hold my attention, I turn to kids books. From writing letters to going swimming, telling stories to finding lost buttons, Frog and Toad are always there for each other—just as best friends should be. In addition, the illustrations don't seem as vibrant as in the hardcover books and they can't be enlarged. What I should say is that he tells the stories, he doesn't read them. It's message is timeless and the stories and illustrations are sure to appeal to both it's target audience and to the adults reading it to them.
But he could not think of a story to tell Frog. I couldn't read it to the kids at my job the story is geared toward much younger children than those who would understand the book as esl learners , which is a shame. They agreed I could be the toad. Finally, a stitch in time saves nine. It's right there in the title. Not a big deal but if you're playing these stories for really little ones, it's something to be aware of. Those stories of our youth, when the life-long joys of reading were just begin to flourish, are often some of the most special.
Toad is a sweet and sensitive soul, and it's Frog's loving encouragement that gives him the validation and confidence to keep trying. I got one for you. Arnold Lobel was one of the few authors who can read their own work well. He wrote on the paper. Frog and Toad went back to the river. I wanted to give poor old Toad a big hug and tell him to stop being such a grump, and I wanted to invite Frog over to bring some of his cheery spirit to my day. Even with my dislike for the way in which the publisher digitalized this book, it is still a very worthwhile purchase.
Toad can't go in the water without a swimsuit, for some reason, and he's embarrassed by how he looks in it, so he makes Frog look the other way while Toad gets dressed and jumps in the water. So the toad went to bed and the frog got up and told him a story. They agreed I could be the toad. If I did, this one would get 2 or 3 stars. But he could not think of a story to tell Frog Then Toad went into the house and stood on his head. I enjoyed very much the whole 15 minutes it took me to read the 5 stories in here.
It's right there in the title. This beautiful give-and-take of friendship is so masterfully captured in Arnold Lobel's charming classic. They walked along the river. For now I'll leave that to the other 5-star reviews. This book is a collection of five stories about the strong friendship between the neurotic Toad and rational Frog.