HSL # 1031CFB1112
322 words - 7 pages
A short lyrical tale about how polliwogs become frogs. The polliwogs do not understand what is happening to them as they grow. Can Mama Frog help?
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The Frog In The Bog
A Children's Booklet
Suggested Age 3-6 years
by Linda L. Rigsbee
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Changes can be good - even when they are scary.
Book Description:

Polliwogs play and grow in this short lyrical tale about the metamorphosis of a tadpole into a frog. As the days pass, the polliwogs change, growing legs and losing their tails. There may be some changes that the reader never knew. Some of the changes they go through are scary, even though they are for the best.

Editor's Review:

In Lyrics, Author Linda L. Rigsbee demonstrates how a polliwog metamorphosizes into a frog. The short tale is about changes, and how they can be good. A lot of information about polliwogs and frogs is packed into this tale.
Her illustrations are as creative as the rhyme and rhythm of the tale. Rigsbee uses MS Paint program and a regular wheel mouse to draw the pictures.
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