Frogs And Toads, And Tadpoles, Too
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Frogs And Toads, And Tadpoles, Too

3.53 of 5 stars 3.53  ·  rating details  ·  17 ratings  ·  4 reviews
This series meets National Curriculum Standards for: Science: Earth and Space Science, Life Science. Social Studies: Global Connections, Production, Distribution, & Consumption
Published March 1st 1992 by Children's Press(CT)
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Liliana Jaramillo

Beautiful book where we can see a great variety of toads, frogs with their differences and similarities. Wide vocabulary, allowing us to work with the children the colors, sizes, as well as different areas where they live and their sounds. At the end of the book we find each of the photographs of different toads with their respective names.
This title compares and contrasts frogs and toads, with a mention of tadpoles,using short sentences and featuring a nice index for lessons on parts of a nonfiction book (as compared to Tale of a Tadpole, which, instead of a standard index, only included photos with "words you know"). I read this title paired with the previously mentioned Tadpole title and one of London's Froggy books.

Photos tended to be dark and didn't show up very well with my document camera/projector set-up.
A bit skimpy, as rookie read-about science books go. This is the first place I've gotten a really REALLY close picture of frog eggs, though, so I gave an extra star for that.
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