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Days with Frog and Toad (An I Can Read Book) Hardcover – Illustrated, January 1, 1979
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Lobel has created four "Frog and Toad" stories for the "I Can Read" books, an immensely popular series with large type, abundant illustrations, and ample spacing that first launched with Else Holmelund Minarik's Little Bear. Fans of the foot-flapping friends won't want to miss Frog and Toad Are Friends (a Caldecott Honor book); Frog and Toad Together (a Newbery Honor book); and Frog and Toad All Year (an ALA Notable Children's Book). Children will be overjoyed to spend an evening--or days on end--with these affectionate friends. (Ages 4 to 8). --Emilie Coulter
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- Grade Level : 1 - 3
- Item Weight : 8.8 ounces
- Hardcover : 64 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0060239638
- ISBN-13 : 978-0060239633
- Product Dimensions : 6.22 x 0.45 x 8.82 inches
- Reading level : 4 - 8 years
- Publisher : Harper & Row (January 1, 1979)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #76,161 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Now I have this flimsy paperback copy that I don't want and I'm not going to fool around with returning my item and the hassle that entails. I'm pretty bummed out.
For example, in the kite story, some decidedly mean-spirited things are said—things that are difficult to explain to a toddler who has never experienced teasing, insulting words, and the like. While the other books in the series are rated "G," this title is closer to a "PG" rating—it will require some amount of work on the part of parents to explain it to kids that remain reasonably innocent.
At the same time, it's still Frog and Toad—the characters haven't changed, and neither, ultimately, has the wisdom involved in these stories—it's just that in this volume, there is a greater mismatch between the reading level and the kinds of wisdom being presented.
It's not an egregious difference—and we still read these stories to our toddler, just as we have with the other titles—but the difference is there, nonetheless.