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This classic fable from Russia tells the story of two frog sisters with completely different personalities. One frog is known for being adventurous and impulsive, while the other one is lazy and cautious. A Tale of Two Frogs, written by Martha Hamilton and Mitch Weiss, tells the story of how the two frog sisters literally get in over their heads when they fall into a pail ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published July 24th 2006 by August House Publishers
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Jenna Snyder
Title: A Tale of Two Frogs
Author: Martha Hamilton and Mitch Weiss
Illustrator: Tom Wrenn
Genre: Fable
Theme(s): Taking responsibility and being resourceful against all ods.
Opening line/sentence: Once there were two frogs that were sisters.
Brief Book Summary: Two frog sisters with completely different personalities, one adventurous and fearless, and one lazy and emotionless get stuck in a bucket of milk. The lazy sister gives up right away but the fearless sister tried to keep kicking, she wouldn
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Martha Hamilton and Mitch Weiss are a husband-and-wife team, also known as “Beauty and the Beast Storytellers,” who have traveled the world since 1980 sharing their passion for the art of storytelling. They have co-authored several books and recordings that have won numerous awards including Irma Simonton Black and James H. Black Award for Excellence in Children's Literature (awarded by Bank ...more
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