Sunday, September 22, 2013

Book Review - AN ORDINARY TOADS EXTRAORDINARY NIGHT by Joanne McGonagle



An Ordinary Toad's Extraordinary NightPublisher: Ainsley Press (May 17, 2013)
Genre: Children's
Page Count: 78
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About The Book:

An Ordinary Toad’s Extraordinary Night is the story of a young toad named Andrew, pondering whether his life would be more interesting had he been hatched a frog. Andrew embarks on his first solo hop to ask his grandpa some questions about what it means to be an amphibian. The story is blended with factual information that compares and contrasts the similarities and differences among toads and frogs. A young reader’s curiosity will be piqued as they consider the unique attributes of the individual creatures that make up a species, perhaps sparking the light of conservation in their hearts and minds.


Breeze's Review

I really enjoyed this story!! I had a great time sharing it with my daughter. Although the book has a lot of pages the story is still the right length to keep a child’s attention. The illustrations fill the pages from top to bottom and I truly appreciated that. My daughter kept finding little things in all of the pictures that she liked. This book has a lot of factual information to teach your children some fun facts about toads and frogs. After reading books such as this one my daughter and I always have the best conversations because she likes to talk about what she has learned. Thumbs up to the author!!




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