|Series||Little lagoon series|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 2006/42332 (*)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) ;|
|LC Control Number||2003095091|
Kim Deister weaves in the magic of Irish folklore along with lots of humour to give us a 5 star read that leaves single women contemplating the idea of finding their own frog to kiss. As a single woman who was hurt by the person I expected to spend the rest of my life with, I was able to relate with parts of this story and really felt for poor /5(31). Frog by Kim Taylor Summary of the Story. Written from a frog's point of view, this informational book describes how a tadpole grows into a frog. Introducing the Story. Read the title of the book on the cover, pointing the word Frog as you say it. Have children repeat the title as you point to each word. Point to the pictures on the cover. ‘The Frog Theory’ was definitely a book unlike any other books I’ve read. Kim and Flow are best friends and life their lives selling drugs, having sex and just hanging out. Clea on the outside looks When I was asked to read and review ‘The Frog Theory’ I found myself being intrigued by the book description.4/5. The Voyage of the Frog By: Gary Paulsen Falling Action -He lands in Baja and head home. -David meets a research ship and they give him food. -They call his parents. Exposition Resolution Climax Rising action He decides to reject the researchers offer and heads home on his own -.
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