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Paperback Frog and Toad Together (I Can Read Level 2) Book

ISBN: 0064440214

Frog and Toad Together (I Can Read Level 2)

(Part of the Frog and Toad (#2) Series and I Can Read ~ Level 2 Series)

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The List

All of the stories in this book are delightful but "The List" is by far our favorite. Who hasn't had a day like that?

cookies

This is my 21 month old daughters favorite book, she especially loves the story about the cookies and cant wait to bake them. She goes to sleep to the audio tape and constantly wants to play frog and toad games. Its perfect.

Gentle and Inviting Friendship

Frog and Toad are two great friends who prefer spending every day with each other. Your children will smile as they read along with you.In "Frog and Toad Together," they talk walks, do things on a checklist, eat too many cookies, learn about self-discipline (not eating too many cookies), and feed cookies to birds.Somehow, Arnold Lobel has discovered a gentle yet honest way of presenting two childhood friends. They've got a warmth that is similar to Bert and Ernie, like loving brothers.Lobel drew some great pictures too. There is a European classic-ness to them, and to the diction of the story.I fully recommend this, and all of Lobel's books.Anthony Trendl

Book Number Two in a Series of Four

Frog and Toad have been around for years - I think of these asthe first series books my older children read. Once a child startsreading (with Frog and Toad Are Friends), the second, third and fourth books are welcome friends themselves.This book, published in 1971, is the second of four. Toad is a bit negative and nervous, and worries about rules, while Frog is often cheerful and dedicated to alleviating Toad's fears and doubts. "A List" is a funny story remembered long after reading it - Toad has a list of things to do, and anything not on the list can't be done. He loves to do something, then cross it off. But what happens when your list blows away, and "run after the list" wasn't even on the list. Worse, you can't remember what else was on the list. Frog is such a good friend, he just sits quietly with Toad as he struggles to figure out what to do.In "The Garden," Toad would like to have a garden like Frog has, and with Frog's encouragement, he starts one. He tries directing the garden to grow, until Frog (hearing all that shouting) gives him some advise on how to nurture a garden."Cookies" is probably one of the best stories. Frog and Toad make cookies, and they are so good that they can't stop eating them. They determine its about will power, and in the end they end up with no cookies "but we have lots and lots of will power." Frog says."Dragons and Giants" is about Frog and Toads fears and how they deal with them. "We are not afraid!" Frog and Toad screamed at the same time. A funny story that children will like.The last story "The Dream" is a bit deep - Toad is asleep and has a dream about starring in a play, while Frog sits in the audience and shrinks almost to non-existence. The stories are short, sweet and about friendship, but in a simple manner. Drawings of Frog and Toad are on almost every page, and are detailed enough to warrant a lengthy view and some comments from young readers. The words are understandable and readable enough for very young readers, yet they manage to hold a story with an amusing message. riendship, but in a simple manner. Drawings of Frog and Toad are on almost every page, and are detailed enough to warrant a lengthy view and some comments from young readers. The words are understandable and readable enough for very young readers, yet they manage to hold a story with an amusing message.

Best Friends

Hi my name is Sergio, and I am in 3rd grade. I am 9 years old. The book that I read is Frog and Toad Together. It is by Arnold Lobel. The stories are called the List, the Garden, Cookies, and Dragons and Giants. The last story is "The Dream." The story I liked is Dragons and Giants. I like that one because Frog and Toad think they were not brave. So they end up being brave together. I like the book because it was cool reading about Frog and Toad. I think little boys and girls will like this book. I would give this book five stars. Boys and girls even in 1st, 2nd, and 3th grade can read this book. I give it 5 stars because I like this book.
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