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Children's LiteratureRed-eyed tree frogs live high in the trees of costal forests. The photographs in this book are incredible. They are close-up pictures of the red-eyed tree frog, the white-lipped tree frog, Roth's tree frog, the big green tree frog, and a bleating tree frog. The pictures in the book tell how male and female tree frogs find each other. The male frog sings, and the female hops to find him. This is what happens in the wild, and this simplified version tells the tale in words that a young child can understand. The large print, simple words, and word repetition make this a good book for early readers to read on their own or listen to. The story intertwines interesting facts about how tree frogs move. Children who enjoy animals will like reading about the tree frogs. It could be useful in a classroom environment or an elementary school library. 2006, Gareth Stevens Publishing, Ages 4 to 8.