A Most Unusual Lunch by Robert Bender

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A frog is strangely transformed after eating a beetle, as is the fish who devours the frog, and so on, in this humorous cumulative story.
 

About Robert Bender

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Bender is a writer and illustrator of childrens books
 
Published August 6, 2013 by Box Of Light. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife. Fiction

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The day after a frog swallows a beetle, it awakes with antennae and six tiny extra legs.

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If five-year-olds ran publishing companies, there'd be a lot more books like Bender's (A Little Witch Magic): funny, breezy stories attended by preternaturally bright illustrations, shackled by no adu

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The frog is then eaten by a fish who grows the beetle's parts and frog legs, too, and so on up the food chain to the lion.

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