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Bog Frog Hop

3.29 of 5 stars 3.29  ·  rating details  ·  7 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Aplayful exploration of counting from one to 10, packed with evocative sounds that are great fun to read out loud

Plip! Plop!

Ten polliwogs in a muddy bog.

Drip! Drop!

Rain drops. One by one, the polliwogs turn into frogs.

The soggy bog is home to10 polliwogs. They splosh and splash together in the rain and mud, until one polliwog turns into a frog. Now there are nine polliw
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published April 1st 2013 by Little Hare Books
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An entrancing staccato tale of a swamp. Vibrantly illustrated, and a fun if simplistic rhyming pattern.

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This is a fun rhyming book. Loads and loads of fun rhymes and rhythms. However, it is a bit long for reading at my story time. But reading one on one with a child would be perfect!
This is a countdown picture book, filled with fun rhyme made-up words and onomatopoeia.
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