Where are You, Little Frog? by Kayleigh Rhatigan
  

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Where are You, Little Frog? by Kayleigh Rhatigan

This charming rhymed picture book is like a playful little game and every page will have children guessing just where Little Frog might be. Suitable for children aged 3 years and up. Even the youngest children love to solve clues and crack mysteries; it's not only entertaining but mentally stimulating, too. This charming rhymed picture book for toddlers is like a playful little game and every page will have them guessing just where Little Frog might be. Kids will love putting together the pieces and figuring out the answer. As frog happily hops from place to place, each simple, catchy verse and colourfully illustrated spread reveals a little more about his location. There's a man with a floppy hat (a scarecrow); a patch of mud where someone likes to play (an adorable pig in his sty), a sleepy cow eating grass and hay; and a big red building with X's on the door (a barn). Where is it? A farm, of course!

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Format

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: 3+

Author

Kayleigh Rhatigan
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Publisher

Lark Books,U.S.

Publication date

19th July 2012

ISBN

9781454707981


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