Two Frogs

Publisher: Random House

Review

Two frogs are sitting on a lily pad in the middle of a pond; one of them holding a stick. When the other frog questions him about it a long discussion follows on the possibilities and probablities of facing one's fears - until it is interrupted by an unexpected chain of events!

Chris Wormell's realistic, but humorous, watercolour illustrations accompany a beautifully written ostensibly simple tale, with a deeper message at its heart. This is a fabulous book for pre-school readers, which deservedly won the 2003 Nestle Smarties Book Prize (Bronze Award: 5 & Under).

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