The Frog in the Skyscraper by Faiz Kermani
  

Synopsis

The Frog in the Skyscraper by Faiz Kermani

Life at the pond can get pretty boring - even if you're living in the heart of New York. So when Frijibold the Frog hears about the exclusive apartments in trendy Shark Fin Towers, he jumps at the chance to fulfil his secret lifelong dream: living in a skyscraper among those fascinating creatures called humans. But no sooner has Frijibold stepped into his luxurious apartment than he finds himself trapped in an action-packed adventure involving an ambitious property developer, crazy TV hosts, and Mrs. Boggel's spicy fried fly pizza. Humans can be more tricky than they look...The Frog in the Skyscraper is the hilarious tale of one sharp-witted frog's journey to find out where he really belongs - despite a few bumps along the way. It will appeal to children aged 7-9, and fans of Faiz's former books.

About the Author

Away from his serious scientific day job, in his free time, Faiz Kermani loves writing children's books that have funny themes. He has previously published The Frog Who Loved Mathematics, A First Guide to Space Creatures, Curiosity the Giant, My Alien Penfriend, Golbo the Spider's Amazing Vacuum Cleaner Journey Adventure and Tales of Deserts and Demons. His books have won awards in the US and UK and have been translated into French, German, Spanish and Russian. He is also involved in various literacy projects with schools.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
56 pages
Interest Age: From 7

Author

Faiz Kermani
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Publisher

Matador an imprint of Troubador Publishing
www.troubador.co.uk

Publication date

28th March 2016

ISBN

9781785890628


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