What a Party!

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Philomel Books, Feb 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
4 Reviews
It¬'s Grandpa¬'s birthday, and Froggie can¬'t wait to give him his present. But first he has to make the costume . . . and build the stage . . . and create the programs . . . then, it¬'s finally time to sing his song! What a performance! What a party! But then it¬'s all over, only Froggie wishes it weren¬'t. He¬'s been waiting for this day for so long¬—how can it end so quickly?

From the team who brought us the wildly popular Too Many Frogs! comes this simple story all children will recognize about the buildup and letdown of a big day¬—and the surprising things that comfort us when all the excitement is over.

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User Review  - Meg McGregor - Goodreads

A really fun book for children to listen to over and over again. The pictures are whimsical, the text peppy, and the plot delightful! Read full review

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User Review  - Sandy Brehl - Goodreads

Energetic character with a wacky imagination. Best part to me is the circling back at the conclusion of a very full day. Somewhat aimed at the parent/adult, in my opinion, reflecting a child's over-excitement, over-tired, demnand for the spotlight response to "big" days. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Sandy Asher lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Keith Graves lives in Austin, Texas.