Better Move On, Frog!

A frog searches for a hole for himself, but all seem to be occupied until the last one, which is just right.
Better Move On Frog A frog searches for a hole for himself but all seem to be occupied until the last one which is just right

  • Title: Better Move On, Frog!
  • Author: Ron Maris
  • ISBN: 9780939979332
  • Page: 461
  • Format: None
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    1. *** POTENTIAL SPOILERS ARE *** *** AT THE END OF THE REVIEW *** << There will be an blatantly unmistakable warning before that portion of my review, so don't be worried that I'll ruin it for you. Thanks! >>This was my absolute favorite book at a very young age. I knew where it was located at each of the three libraries where we went, and checked it out each time. Before being able to read on my own, the story's rhythm, predictability, and cadence, made it easy to memorize the simple [...]

    2. I have used this in previous years for toddler programs, but it arrived too late to use this year.Frog keeps looking for a hole, but they all are taken 6/4/13A simple story showing the different animals that live in different kinds of holes. I used this since Big Frog Can't Fit In: A pop-up book was too damaged 6/13Used again since Big Frog Can't Fit In: A pop out book didn't make it

    3. This was one of my favorite books as a child. This is a story about a frog who is looking for a new home and along the way he encounters many other animals in their homes. The classic line through out the book is "Better move on frog this home is full of.". I remember reading this with my parents and because there is a common theme throughout I was about to share the reading duties and interact with the reading of this book. This is a great children's book and one that I am sure I will read to m [...]

    4. This is one my childhood favorites! My mom and I would always read this before I went to bed and this is one of the first books that I learned to read. It is a very simple picture book of a frog looking for his home. He comes in contact with a number of different animals that tell him to "move on". It has a lot repetition and simple language for early readers, always a fun classic!

    5. It's so much fun reading picture books from my childhood with Raspberry! She liked this one a lot. I personally enjoyed my own "This is Sparta!" joke around the second-to-last page.

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