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Froggy's Halloween - Jonathan London

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Genre: Junior Books / Author: Jonathan London / Paperback / Reading Level: Baby-Preschool / 32 Pages / Book is published 2001-08 by Puffin Books

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      06.10.2010 13:27
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      A fun story for Halloween.

      This book is recommended for baby - preschool. I would recommend it for ages 2-6. I do not think there is much in this book to interest a baby but it is a cute Halloween story for nursery age or a bit older.

      The book has very nice brightly coloured illustrations. The main character is Froggy, who can not decide what he should be for Halloween. Should he be Superfrog, or a ghost or maybe Count Frogula? A vampire seems perfect until his Mother reminds him that he has no teeth! While he decides he gets ready for Halloween and at last gets the perfect idea, a frog prince. He goes to the Halloween parade at school and out trick or treating with his school mates but Froggy is in for a much more frightening Halloween then he expected. It turns out Frogilina has dressed up as princess and is looking for prince!

      There is nothing really frightening in this book ( other than a very persistent girl with a mad crush) so it is suitable for very young children or groups of children. Both of my sons ( ages 2 & 5) enjoyed this book and there was plenty of laughing when we read this ( although I am not sure if the two year old knew what he was laughing at). It is a nice light hearted and humorous Halloween story. I expect boys may find this more funny than girls, as the thought of being kissed doesn't seem so terrifying for wee girls, but it is a fun book that should bring a giggle to all.

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