Days with Frog and Toad

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Turtleback Books, Sep 1, 1984 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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In 1957, Harper published its first I Can Read title, Little Bear, written by Else Holmelund Minarik and illustrated by Maurice Sendak. Large type, simple vocabulary, chapter-like divisions, and decorative pictures made Little Bear perfect for emerging readers

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User Review  - DVerdecia - LibraryThing

I love this little book. It is a great read for kids. The language is simple. The pictures are plentiful and most importantly, each adventure with Frog & Toad in this book contains a good moral story ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mrsnation4 - Target

I love frog and toad books and these 5 stories are very entertaining. However, the book is very small for the price. I was expecting a large hardback book for $17+ but it was way small! I was disappointed Read full review

Contents

TOMORROW
4
SHIVERS
28
THE HAT
42
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Arnold Stark Lobel (May 22, 1933-December 4, 1987) was a popular American author of children's books. Among his most popular books are those of the Frog and Toad series, and Mouse Soup, which won the Garden State Children's Book Award from the New Jersey Library Association. Lobel won the 1981 Caldecott Medal for his book, Fables. Lobel also illustrated the works of other authors. A notable example is Sam the Minuteman by Nathaniel Benchley, which was first published in 1969. He was born in Los Angeles, California. When he graduated from art school, he married Anita Kempler, who also achieved fame as a children's book author and illustrator. Lobel died ion December 4,1987 due to complications arising from AIDS. He was 54 years old.

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