That Toad Is Mine!

That Toad Is Mine!

by Barbara Shook Hazen, Brian Floca, Jane Manning
     
 

"I want that toad,"John says, me too. Two best friends love to share everything — their toys, bikes, even candy bars. Until one day a little toad hops into their lives and they discover that not everything can be shared. Young children are sure to relate to this humerous and satisfying look at friendship and sharing.

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Overview

"I want that toad,"John says, me too. Two best friends love to share everything — their toys, bikes, even candy bars. Until one day a little toad hops into their lives and they discover that not everything can be shared. Young children are sure to relate to this humerous and satisfying look at friendship and sharing.

I want that toad.John says, me too.Two best friends love to share everything—their toys, bikes, even candy bars. Until one day a little toad hops into their lives and they discover that not everything can be shared. Young children are sure to relate to this humerous and satisfying look at friendship and sharing.

Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Marilyn Courtot
One of the hardest lessons for some kids is learning to share. Sharing something usually entails learning how to be a friend, and most importantly managing friendships in those times of stress. Occasional falling outs are an essential part of growing up. Kids will easily relate to the dilemma that the two boys face, the angry words and actions, and the final outlet for their frustrations in a way that allows them to continue being friends.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780694010356
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
08/01/1998
Series:
Growing Tree Series
Pages:
24
Product dimensions:
8.74(w) x 8.72(h) x 0.28(d)
Age Range:
3 - 6 Years

Meet the Author

Author Bio Barbara Shook Hazen has written more than eighty books for children. Her most recent titles include, Where Do Bears Sleep?, illustrated by Mary Morgan Van Royen; Digby, illustrated by Barbara J. Phillips-Duke; and The Knight Who Was Afraid of the Dark, illustrated by Tony Ross. She lives in Massachusetts and New York City.

Illustrator BioJane Manning is the illustrator of My First Songs, This Little Piggy, and the HarperTrophy Black Cat Club series. She lives in Deep River, CT.

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