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Tiddalick the Frog by Susan Nunes
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Tiddalick the Frog

by Susan Nunes

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689315023, Library Binding)

Tiddalick, a giant frog, woke up one morning so thirsty that he drank up all the water in the world. All the animals begged him to give up his ill humor and give them the water back. Finally, tiny Noyang, the eel, takes his turn and succeeds. Illustrated.

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Retells the Aboriginal tale about what happened when the giant frog Tiddalik had such a great thirst that he drank all the fresh water of the world.

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