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Beware of the Frog

by William Bee

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I noticed that it was a very comedic story and had detailed pictures that caught my attention. I'm not sure if the ending would be scary for younger children. I would recommend the book for ages 5 and up personally.
  knoelle27 | Aug 12, 2016 |
Beware of the Frog is a book about an old lady Mrs. Collywobbles. She lives on the edge of the forest and it's scary and dark. She has a pet frog that protects her. The frog protected her from Greedy Goblin, smelly trolls, and giant hungry ogres.
  chloethom1818 | May 1, 2016 |
I think that this story started off really well. This sweet little old lady owned a pet frog who protected her from bad things. The frog ate three creatures that meant to harm her. To repay the frog she gave him a kiss. Then she turned into a frog herself. That's when the story changed for me. She wasn't pleased with becoming a frog so she ended up eating her pet frog! That shouldn't be the thanks he gets for saving her life! It would be a fun read for your classroom library but I wouldn't focus on it much as a group. ( )
  bmmoore | May 12, 2014 |
Wonderful and surprising read aloud for grades 2-5. Slightly scary but funny characters and great illustrations. ( )
  Natmeister | Jan 3, 2012 |
Summary- This book is about is an old woman who lives alone at the edge of a dark, scary wood is protected by her pet frog.

Comment- Would uses this book for Grade 1-4: I would ask the children if they have a pet and do their pet protects? And How?
  MsTanikaChapman | Dec 5, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0763639206, Hardcover)

With deliciously ugly villains and a gasp-inducing ending, this quirky tale of the unexpected will have readers croaking with laughter.

Sweet old Mrs. Collywobbles lives on the edge of a big, dark, scary wood, so it’s a good thing that she has a pet frog to protect her. Too bad for the Greedy Goblin, the Smelly Troll, and the Giant Hungry Ogre, who don’t take this little amphibian seriously (GOBBLE)!

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Sweet old Mrs. Collywobbles lives on the edge of a big, dark, scary wood, but has a pet frog to protect her from greedy goblins, smelly trolls, and hungry ogres.

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