The Icky Sticky Frog

The Icky Sticky Frog The Icky Sticky Frog

  • Title: The Icky Sticky Frog
  • Author: Dawn Bentley Salina Yoon
  • ISBN: 0631248985127
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Icky Sticky Frog

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      Posted by:Dawn Bentley Salina Yoon
      Published :2018-06-17T13:46:55+00:00

    1 thought on “The Icky Sticky Frog”

    1. First the frog ate the fly. Next the frog ate the beetle. Then the frog ate the grasshopper. The frog tried to eat a butterfly, but he got eaten by a fish!I like the WHOOP! sound that the frogs tongue makes, and also the gulp when he gets swallowed!

    2. This is a really cute book! It is about a frog eating different types of insects including a fly, beetle, and grasshopper. They book repeats words and sounds, so children can repeat it if a teacher reads it aloud. The frog tries to eat a butterfly, but he ends up being eaten by a fish! Also I really enjoyed the illustrations. The illustrations are bright and provide different textures to make it fun to read and look at.

    3. This book would be a good book to read when learning about frogs or even about insects and animals in general. This may be a tough subject for very young kids because it shows the food chain, what a frog eats and who eats the frog. This may be unpleasant for some younger kids to read but can be a realistic way to introduce the circle of life. It has bright illustrations to go along with the text, as well as a long, icky, sticky, tongue from the frog on the front of the book.

    4. I requested this one a long time ago and just finally got it. I'm thinking it probably was more fun with the sticky frog tongue still intact (which was more than a little wishful thinking from a library version). The story was nice, ecologically accurate (beware: some animals were eaten in the reading of this book), and my son has already requested it more than once. Thumbs up in my book.

    5. Beautiful illustrations, rythmn and repetition, a cute introduction to the food chainI got this book second hand and the sticky tongue that should be on the cover is missingybe not as durable as it could bee cover has cute googely eyes for the frog. It has a warning that its not for kids under 3, maybe because of the tongue detatching

    6. The best Big Lots find, ever! I got the board book for $1, oh yeah! This has been a favorite for over a year, now. Bobo ate the whole outer edge of the book on a car trip, but we can still read it. I'm going to buy a better copy, I promise. I love the theatrics of the book. It begs to be read out loud.

    7. My little girl really likes this book. She likes to point to each bug, and she will say "shhh" with the book when frog is being quiet about to swallow the bugs. I think it is a cute book, the pictures are fun and bright, and I like that it's repetitive and has a rhythm to the text for kids to enjoy.

    8. Ethan's great grandma bought him this book & he loves it. He did end up pulling off the tongue on the front cover, maybe they should have made it a little more durable since it's a kid's book, but definitely a fun read & the ending definitely surprised me! :)

    9. I love love love this book. I read it to my children over and over again. One of my favorite stories just funny and quirky and fun to read if you whisper in the right places and WOOP! in the right places too.

    10. Grabbed this one literally fifteen minutes before storytime and liked it so much that I ditched one of the other books in favor of this one. Totally did NOT see the ending coming, and neither did my kiddos. Everyone liked it a lot.

    11. I think children will like this book, I just wasn't a huge fan of it. I liked the pictures,but not the story. The story actually reminds me of a book called Tadpoles Promise.

    12. I love this book. I enjoyed reading it to my children and now they enjoy reading it themselves and to their little brother.

    13. A frog goes on a eating spree until finally something unexpected happens. Great fun for boys and girls of all ages.

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