February 2013 Debut of the Month
A delightful series of detailed pictures tell the eco-tale of Frank the Superfrog who is determined to prevent the rubbish building up in his favourite pond. He bounds into action using a unique form of jet power, much to the amusement of the children in the story and no doubt to the readers themselves. Frank’s ‘gas’ becomes a formidable weapon in his mission to stop the pollution with impressive results.
Superfrog is back on another urgent mission - rubbish from the big, grey city is polluting his pond! Once again it is up to everyone's favourite Superhero to save the day!
- Michael Foreman has a flair for turning a book into a special occasion. -- Quentin Blake
- Michael Foreman deserves all the applause he gets. -- Independent
|Publication date:||7th February 2013|
|Publisher:||Andersen Press Ltd|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers|
Michael Foreman was our Guest Editor in March 2010 - click here - to see the books that inspired his writing. Michael Foreman was born in Suffolk in 1938, and studied at Lowestoft School of Art, St Martin’s, London, and the Royal College of Art, where he won a scholarship to the USA in 1963. He has worked as an Art Director at Playboy and King magazines and still works as Art Editor of the literary journal Ambit. He has also made animated films in Scandinavia and for the BBC. His first book, The General, (a picture book published in 1961), dealt ...More About Michael Foreman