Hungry Little Frog by Ron Hirschi

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A photographic look at the eating habits of a frog follows a speedy spring peeper as he pursues a clever ladybug, teaching young readers how to count along the way.
 

About Ron Hirschi

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Photographer DWIGHT KUHN's award-winning nature photographs have appeared in 125 children's books. He lives in Dexter, Maine. Ron Hirschi lives on a small island in western Washington and walks the beach most days of the year. As a biologist, he also spends much time on the water, learning about and helping salmon and other aquatic fish and wildlife. As an author, he brings the excitement of what he learns onto the pages of books for young readers. Ron has written over 50 children's books. His books have been listed as Best Science Trade Books of the year, and won the John Burroughs Nature Book among other awards. Several of his books have been featured on Reading Rainbow. In addition to writing, Ron enjoys working directly with kids and takes them outside during his many school visits. They net fish to study water quality or search for frogs and salamanders in small ponds. They also study ocean life and it was on a trip to the beach with a group of elementary students that he got the idea for this book. Ron helped to raise the funds to purchase a tidal wetland that is now an environmental learning center and critical habitat for endangered salmon. His book, Salmon, remains a fund raiser for this (Nick's Lagoon) project.
 
Published September 10, 1992 by Dutton Juvenile. 320 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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(Young readers will overlook the scenes' staginess in favor of the finely focused subject matter.) In an author's note, biologist Hirschi stresses that this is not a nonfiction text and--among other issues--begs indulgence for his imprecise use of the term ``bug.'' This versatile title provides a...

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