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I just love this book so much. As no words are provided the reader must rely on the pictures which allows for a free flowing imaginative story telling. Even a reluctant reader can join in. I recently bought a secondhand version to replace my childhood battered copy for my own children. I would love to see them back in print.
I use this and the other books in the series in my work with children who are learning English and also with children and adults who have language difficulties and learning delays. Highly recommended for EAL/ESL teachers and SEN/LD/SLTs. Another excellent book along similar lines: 10 Minute 'till Bedtime by Peggy Rathmann
Make sure you get all 6 books in this wordless book series "A Boy, a Dog and a Frog" (1967), "Frog, Where Are You?" (1969), "A Boy, a Dog, a Frog, and a Friend" (1971), "Frog on His Own" (1973), "Frog Goes to Dinner" (1974), and "One Frog Too Many" (1975). These are enjoyable books for adults and children alike. For added fun, I enlarged some of the pages to make accompanying coloring pages for my grandson. Are you sponsoring a child overseas who does not speak English? These are the perfect gift. These are wordless, and being small and flat, they are just the specifications required by many sponsorship organizations.
Como sempre os desenhos são maravilhosos. Faz um suspense na medida certa. Ainda tem uma vantagem porque o sapo está na lagoa, que é mesmo o seu lugar mais comum de ficar no entendimento de nós que somos urbanos.