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Cesar's Amazing Journey

by Stephen Philip Policoff

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0670887536, Hardcover)

Can Cesar the tree frog find a warm home in the big city?

When Cesar the tree frog is forcibly removed from his home in the tropical wetlands, and relocated to the streets of New York City, he's in for the adventure of a lifetime. With B. Cider, a friendly spider, Cesar takes in the sights and sounds of the city, enjoying each glitzy moment as only a tree frog can--but soon our hero discovers that he's cold and that he misses his leaf. What's a poor tree frog to do?

With zany illustrations by David Catrow, Cesar's Amazing Journey will tickle the funny bone and have readers cheering for the little tree frog who finally finds the home he's been missing.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:34 -0400)

When the Florida palm tree he calls home is cut down and taken to New York, with him in it, a tree frog gets to experience life in the big city, but he is not happy until he finds a new home in the Bronx Zoo.

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