Five Green And Speckled Frogs by Priscilla Burris

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This nursery rhyme, retold and illustrated by Priscilla Burris, features five frogs that really sparkle with glittery holographic foil and the simple concept of counting backwards from five to one!

Five green and speckled frogs/sitting on a speckled log/ eating some most delicious bugs . . .

What happens next will delight preschoolers with a fun, repetitious rhyme and uniquely speckled frogs. One by one, each frog--with brightly sparkled spots--jumps into a pool, leaving behind other frog friends sitting on a log. Then all five frogs join in the pool party!

Priscilla Burris's distinctive frogs put a new spin on an old favorite song. This rhyme teaches children to count down from five to one with the help of frogs that are generously spotted with glittery foil throughout the book.
 

About Priscilla Burris

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Priscilla Burris is the illustrator of many mass market picture books as well as the popular Heidi Heckelbeck chapter book series by Wanda Coven. Edgar's Second Word is her first picture book in a new, charming style. She lives in Southern California and can also be found at www.priscillaburris.com.
 
Published January 1, 2003 by Scholastic, INC.. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Here five speckled frogs sit on a speckled log eating delicious bugs (out of sandwich bags);

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