Frog Hunt by Sandra Jordan

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"On a bright summer morning we set out to catch a frog." And in the passing of a perfect summer afternoon, a group of children discover all sorts of life in a freshwater pond: plump lazy tadpoles, darting skimmers, silvery minnows, and even a waddling muskrat. Handsome hand-tinted photographs by an acclaimed author and photographer illustrate this story of discovery.
 

About Sandra Jordan

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Sandra Jordan has written and illustrated several previous books for young readers, and collaborated with Jan Greenberg on many distinguished books about art, including Chuck Close: Up Close and Action Jackson. She lives in New York City.
 
Published April 1, 2002 by Roaring Brook Press. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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The opening and closing spreads show the expanse of the watery habitat, but most of the photographs are close-ups of a gossamer insect teetering on a reed, a plump muskrat sliding through glassy, rippling water, and finally the frog evading its pursuers (who later catch and then release it) in a ...

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