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Frog and Fly by Jeff  Mack
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Apr 23, 2012

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bookshelves: animals, ncbla2013, picture-book
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These six very short stories told in simple text and through multi-media illustrations follow the adventures of a very hungry frog and a fly--or a series of flies--that flits nearby. Each time the fly greets the frog, it ends up becoming a savory snack for the amphibian. But on one dark night, the frog meets its match as the fly hops onto a large, furry critter much larger than the frog. While the end of each story is predictable, beginning readers are likely to enjoy reading this title and applauding when the frog gets its comeuppance. They'll also giggle at the large, nimble pink tongue that the frog uses so skillfully. The large panels resemble those found in comic books, surely adding to the title's appeal.

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