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Tadpole to Frog (Scholastic Life Cycles)

by Melvin Berger, Gilda Berger

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This book gives detailed but simple explanations of how a tadpole becomes a adult frog. The book walks through the cycle from a tadpole with a tail to a full grown frog. The pictures are colorful and show every stage of the development.

FROM TADPOLE TO FROG is a simple explanation of how a tadpole becomes an adult frog. Watch a tiny jelly egg become a tadpole with a tail. See the tadpole hatch and grow four legs. Watch the tadpole¹s tail shrink and finally, see a full-grown frog! Full-color photographs show every stage of development.
  Khp24 | Dec 7, 2010 |
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