Two Frogs

Two Frogs Two Frogs Are Sitting On A Lily Pad And One Of Them Has A Stick The Stick, He Says, Is To Beat Off The Dog But There Is No Dog Yet So Begin The Trials Of This Hapless Pair Whose Adventures Build To A Brilliant Conclusion A Unique Book With All The Qualities Of A Timeless Fable

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Two Frogs
  • Christopher Wormell
  • English
  • 14 June 2019
  • 9780099438625

10 thoughts on “Two Frogs

  1. says:

    A really good book that can teach children a lot about not worrying too much about everything and that they cannot always prepare for every possibility in life It can also teach them to expect the unexpected.

  2. says:

    Beautifully illustrated and relayed in refreshingly straightforward narrative, this story of two realistic yet hilariously anthropomorphic, debating frogs quickly becomes an unexpected and entertaining adventure This book is a riot.Listen to our chat about this book on our Children s Book Podcast

  3. says:

    This is a beautifully illustrated children s picture book But in my opinion it is a true work of literature and very thought provoking and funny on the subject of risk and one s response to it One of those everyone should read this books.

  4. says:

    Funny and engaging This is wonderfully illustrated and told in the style of a clever joke The two frogs make an excellent odd couple My son and I enjoy this and I enjoy reciting it to friends.

  5. says:

    Brilliant Hilarious Love it

  6. says:

    This was really entertaining.

  7. says:

    I wasn t sure about this book initially, bu i found it really good A tale of two frogs who are minding their own business whilst sitting on a lilly pad with one of the two frogs holding a stick The frog who is holding the stick goes to great lengths to explain what would happen if a dog came into the pond to eat them, the stick would act as a great defense so they could escape unharmed The story takes a twist when they are almost eaten by a bird.i found this a funny book, but also one that teaches about safety, although perhaps a little too over cautious perhaps.The book is landscape and confidently uses double page spreads throughout Tones of different shades of green and browns are used, and surprisingly the lack of overall colour does not make the book dull to view The text invites the reader to naturally turn the page to find out the next part of the continuing story.I particularly like the vignette at the end, where the fish has the dog s red ball in its mouth Has he eaten the dog and the red ball, who knows

  8. says:

    This is a fantastic story, and the watercolour illustrations are bold and very froggy Two frogs are sitting in the pond, one is armed with a stick to beat off an unlikely predator and the other thinks its a huge joke One frog is almost eaten and both frogs are abducted and their lives saved by the stick They become united in the task of finding sticks, and inadvertently escape the fate from which the stick was originally intended to save them I do have a few serious objections to reading this story aloud to small children though Firstly a think the premise is a little complex Secondly, I don t like to give children the idea that beating a dog with a stick is a good one Finally, I think the kids will think the picture of the pike is a crocodile Older children might enjoy it though, as it appears did other reviewers.

  9. says:

    A book with a real sense of humour which, I expect, can be read at very different levels depending on the age and humour of the reader A simple story which tells of two frogs who argue over the need for a stick to protect themselves against an outlandish prediction For me, it is Wormell s bold, broad watercolour washes and detailed expressions on both the frogs that brings a grin to my face His use of space and positioning on the long, wide double page landscaped spreads gives the story a epic feel and it is clear that he has thought carefully about the positioning of his characters but, importantly, of the reader too.

  10. says:

    A tale of two frogs having an argument as to whether or not they need to hold on to the stick One thinks yes in a just in case kind of way and the other thinks know You ll find out if they do in the end but I think the story has a hidden meaning, perhaps to do with being prepared and also different attitudes towards taking risks and living day to day Should we always be prepared or is this simply not possible

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