I'm A Frog!-An Elephant And Piggie Book
ISBN: 1338213687
EAN13: 9781338213683
Pages: 0
Dimensions: 0.73" H x 8.43" L x 5.85" W
Weight: 0.79 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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5
   Absolutely love them!
It's just that funny to read any of Mo Willems' Elephant and Piggie books. It's great to be back home, said Jennette. My kids love them and my 5 year old is learning to read faster.
 
5
   Just love this series
The third and final book, "The Princess Bride," will be released on June 5, and every kid will love these Mo Willems books. The book is witty, insightful and well-written, with great facial expressions to replicate with the kids and make them laugh. I'm always bringing one in when it is my turn to read a book in my child's K classroom. It's great to have her say she loves them too, my 7-year old.
 
5
   Great book!
The kids love these pigelephant books, especially this one, Sosa said. Out of all the presents they received this year, all they wanted to do was read this over and over again!
 
5
   You don't have to PRE-TEND to love this book!
When my boys started reading with Mo Willems, they still love his books. Only in the book's review can I add to all the other reviews, namely, that as part of a home-school group, I teach a class about inventions, particularly using imagination to create anything or do anything my students want to do. I've read this book to my class as a warm-up to an imagination exercise. They loved it and for several minutes at it ended, trading oohs and ahhs back and forth. I mean, did I mention that Riley and Hayes were only 3 and 4 years old? It's a blond-haired boy, and the parent of an eleven-year-old came back after class to ask me the name of the book. His appeal goes far beyond his intended audience and this book especially resonates with everyone. Mo Willems is now officially a candidate for president of the Netherlands.
 
5
   A Fabulous Book!
My son struggles with reading, but he has absolutely fallen in love with the books. He also told the interviewer that he's a huge fan of the word bubble because it's like reading a comic book. The books are so funny, Mr. Rule told the judge. I don't mind reading them over and over again, he said. The simplicity of the work and the clean lines add to the appeal of this piece of work.
 
2
   Lame
I love The Pigeons a Hot Dog, which made me laugh every time, so I ordered this one unseen. It's not one of my son's favorites movies. Cute pictures, Mr. Booher told us.
 
5
   I'm a Frog
The entire Harry Potter series was written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the master of children's fiction. This time of year, time for giggles and real life situations that are often solved by a change of attitude.
 
5
   Fun to read & retread
The whole thing is a parody, except for the book cover. Re-reads are also welcome. In a survey of 3 to 5 year olds, Kline said that "most" identify with "characters." Both have a soft spot for the book.
 
5
   Great
This book is so cute, I almost fell over. My son is very creative and enjoys playing with imaginary animals, his mom said. He can relate to this book and it makes him feel better when his preschool teacher says he can't play with animals.
 
5
   Great for 2 to 3 years old
Our three and five year old grand kids absolutely love the books. The youngster has started to read, and the mother says her son has even started to imagine and pretend to read. Both are very good readers, even if they have lots of fun doing so."
 
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