Frogs and Tadpoles by Anita Ganeri
(Animals and Their Babies)

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In Frogs and Tadpoles young readers can follow the transformation of the common frog from egg to adult amphibian. Animal Families provides a first look at the lifecycles of familiar animals, both wild and domestic. The stories are told in simple text and friendly illustrations, and the index introduces early reference skills.


About Anita Ganeri

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Anita Ganeri is an award-winning author who was born in India but grew up and went to school and university in England. Anita spent many years working for publishers as an editor and foreign rights manager. Since then, she has written a staggering 300-plus books and is especially well know for the best-selling Horrible Geography series. The latest title in the series, Planet in Peril, won the Blue Peter Book Award 2009 for the Best Book with Facts. Anita is also the author of the hit 2009 title, The Explorers' Handbook: How to Be The Best Around the World. Anni Axworthy is a freelance illustrator who also makes puppets and wooden animals from salvaged materials. She is the author of the Animals on the Move series, as well as The Dragon Who Couldn't Do Dragony Things and Little Dragon and the Haunted House.
Published June 30, 2007 by Cherrytree Books. 24 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Education & Reference.

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