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Froggy eats out (edition 2001)

by Jonathan London

Series: Froggy

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Title:Froggy eats out
Authors:Jonathan London
Info:New York: Viking, 2001. 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 21 X 26 cm.
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froggy goes to a fancy restaurant with his parents. forgets his manners and makes a huge mess at the restaurant

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  TUCC | Jul 26, 2016 |
Froggy eats out was an interesting children’s book to read. I enjoyed the illustrations occurring throughout the story. They were very detailed and on each page, it described what the text was telling. This gives the reader a better understanding for what the author is trying to say. For example, each illustration is thorough and keeps the reader interested. The main idea of the children’s book is manners and what is correct and incorrect about them. Last, the texts features set the readers attention for the book. The different text fonts, sizes, and the punctuation used throughout the story allows the readers to get excited and interested by what it brings to the eye. For example, whenever Froggy’s mom or dad yells out his name, it is colorful, bold and all in caps to show their tone in their voice. ( )
  bjones49 | Mar 22, 2016 |
This book talked about manners at a fancy restaurant. Froggy had none. He was hungry, had no patience, and was not sure how to act in public leaving his parents embarrassed. ( )
  traceeo | Feb 10, 2016 |
Froggy Eats Out is one among many in the Froggy series. Froggy books are usually focus on common events that younger children are going through. This story would be best for a younger elementary grade. In this story Froggy goes out to dinner with this family. Froggy goes through all the experiences of going to eat. He starts out at home being very hungry searching for food. His mother reminds him that they are going out to eat, so Froggy goes upstairs and gets on his best clothes. Froggy’s uses his manner throughout dinner, be neat, be quiet, and don’t put your feet on the table. Froggy sees a friend and gets embarrassed when he sees a friends and he makes a scene knocking everything on off of the table. The family realizes that a fast food places is better suited for their family. This book has familiar illustrations from other Froggy books which a lot of children are familiar with. The color are mostly green and read, and they pictures look drawn and water colored. In the classroom this book would be best used as a read aloud, students are able to relate because going out to eat is a common event. ( )
  JTansom | Nov 30, 2015 |
This book was very funny and I laughed while I read it. The book was good and I noticed that it is a great book for read alouds. First, the text features set the tone of the book. While you're reading the book, the different text fonts, punctuation, and font sizes show the reader how the book should be read and it also lets the reader know how the characters in the story feel and how the author wanted to story to be written. For example, the characters in the story call out the main characters name. The author wrote his name in all capital, bold, colored letters"FRROOGGYY!" at the top of the page. This indicates that the reader should yell out his name and drag it since it's written with multiple repeating letters. Second, the illustrations were catchy. The author used bold colors such as red, blue, and yellow. For example, when the family is out to eat at the restaurant to eat, the author illustrated the whole background with the color red. It really made you feel like you were in the restaurant. I think the overall message of this book is manners really count. The story shows how manners are important to remember especially in a fancy restaurant. ( )
  Kelsey_Barrell | Mar 24, 2015 |
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Remkiewicz, FrankIllustratorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Fraser, AlisonNarratorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0142500615, Paperback)

On the occasion of Froggy's parents' anniversary, it's time for the family to head for Chez Yum, a hoity-toity restaurant with tablecloths and flower-filled vases. This means trouble. Froggy only has a few rules to remember--"Be neat, be quiet, and don't put your feet on the table"--but it's absolutely not that simple. Froggy fidgets, shakes salt on his hand and licks it, bangs his spoon on the table, flips his spoon (bonk! oops!), pulls petals off flowers, sucks on sugar cubes (and ice cubes), and then, of course, simply must flop around singing. Just as he's getting down to actually eating, he spies his pretty classmate Frogilina, a guest star from Froggy's First Kiss. This doesn't help matters. As an embarrassed Froggy ducks under the tablecloth, spaghetti and fly sauce goes, well, flying. At that, the whole family gives up and heads to a local diner for burgers and flies. Youngsters will giggle out loud at the oh-so-familiar stunts (and trademark Froggy sound effects) of an irrepressible frog faced with the dreaded Fancy Dinner. This fine addition to the much-loved Froggy series could serve as a lighthearted way to approach table etiquette, but mostly it's just good messy fun. (Ages 3 to 6) --Karin Snelson

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After Froggy misbehaves at a fancy restaurant, his parents take him to a fast flies restaurant to celebrate their anniversary.

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