Frogs in Clogs by Sheila White Samton

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Illustrated in full color. What's so strange about the three green frogs swimming in a bog? They're wearing pink and orange clogs! What's so silly about the three pink pigs eating purple figs? They're wearing colored wigs! In this phonetic, rhyming, whimsical, and surprising book, anything can happen, as long as it's totally absurd! With bright, bold, Matisse-like collage illustrations, this fun read-aloud takes rhyme and wordplay to new heights of hilarity.  

About Sheila White Samton

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Nancy Van Laan is the author of numerous bestselling picture books, including "Possum Come a-Knockin' and "Little Baby Bobby. Sheila White Samton has written and illustrated several books for children, including Crown's "Frogs in Clogs and "Ten Tiny Monsters.
Published March 7, 1995 by Knopf Books for Young Readers. 20 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Pigs jiggle frogs!'' Into the melee sail ``bugs on rugs,'' and soon ``Bugs lug pigs to rugs in fog!'' This fond foolery plays out against Samton's (Oh No!

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