There's a Frog Trapped in the Bathroom

There's a Frog Trapped in the Bathroom

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by Susan Snyder, Anna Johanson
     
 

Illustrated by a teenage girl and inspired by a true story, this charming and rhyming story captures the antics that ensue when a frog gets trapped in a girl's school bathroom. Girls scream and run as the frog swims in the sink, climbs on walls, and looks in the mirror. A surprise occurs on the last page when the girls discover something even more disgusting—a… See more details below

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Illustrated by a teenage girl and inspired by a true story, this charming and rhyming story captures the antics that ensue when a frog gets trapped in a girl's school bathroom. Girls scream and run as the frog swims in the sink, climbs on walls, and looks in the mirror. A surprise occurs on the last page when the girls discover something even more disgusting—a spider. Visually appealing and fun, the rhyme scheme is perfect for beginning readers.

Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Denise Daley
A frog in the school bathroom can create a lot of excitement, especially when it is in the girl's restroom. The students are squealing and squawking, mostly for fear that the frog will jump on them. Of course, the frog is not worried. In fact, he seems to be enjoying himself as he lazily swims about the sink or checks his appearance in the mirror. This sweet and simple story is told in entirely in rhyme. Only easy words are used and the large bold print makes reading this book effortless and enjoyable, especially for younger readers. The full-page illustrations add to the comical aspect of the story. This silly story ends with a surprising twist; sometimes the things you see are safer than the scary ones that are hidden!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780971541108
Publisher:
Kotzig Publishing, Inc.
Publication date:
10/28/2005
Pages:
24
Product dimensions:
8.54(w) x 10.50(h) x 0.32(d)
Age Range:
6 - 8 Years

Meet the Author

Susan Snyder is a licensed occupational therapy assistant in the Florida school system. She is the coauthor of the phonics program Singing for Reading Meaning and the author of The Very Stubborn Centipede. Anna Johanson is an award -winning 14-year-old artist.

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