Froggy's mother knows that everyone's nervous on the first day of school. "Not me!" says Froggy, and together they leapfrog to the bus stop — flop flop flop. Froggy's exuberant antics will delight his many fans and reassure them that school can be fun."This is a great read-aloud with sounds and words that encourage active participation....A charming story to calm those pre-school jitters." — School Library JournalJonathan London is...
Inspired by a legend of the Karuk people, the story of how Coyote captures fire and how Eagle, Cougar, Fox, Bear and others work together to help is a dramatic tale of bravery and cooperation. Plus, this is the fixed format version, which will look almost identical to the print version. Additionally for devices that support audio, this ebook includes a read-along setting.
A trumpeter swan family stays close together as the cygnets learn how to feed themselves, honk when predators are nearby, and develop flight feathers. Includes facts about the trumpeter swan, the largest waterfowl in the world.
Sean likes to pretend he's a lion, roaring in the jungle. But this lion starts to cough, his chest hurts, and it's hard to breathe. This lion has asthma. So Sean's mother gives him his medicine to help him breath. Now Sean imagines he's a jet pilot.
This rapid-paced story for young readers from best-selling author Jonathan London churns with heart-stopping beauty and terror. Twelve-year-olds Aaron and Lisa and sixteen-year-old Cassidy join their fathers on an epic float trip down the Green River and learn what they are made of. Full of suspense, action, and adventure, crazy-frightening characters, and overcoming terrible physical and mental odds, this page turner immerses young readers into the...
Watch Pup grow from his birth to first dive and from rambunctious play with other pups to a frightening encounter with a predator. Bestselling author Jonathan London tells Pup's story in sparse, poetic text with vivid vocabulary while luminous illustrations by London's son, Sean London, bring the adorable Pup and his loving mother to life within the swirling sea around them. London's newest creation in his picture book collection about baby animals...
Jonathan London's award-winning Froggy books teach young listeners valuable lessons. Froggy can't wait for his baby brother to arrive. But when the big day comes, Froggy receives quite a shock-insead of a little brother, he has a little sister, Pollywogilina. Ever optimistic, Froggy makes the best of things and soon he's teaching her how to catch flies. Young listeners and parents will delight as Froggy sets a good example for his little sister.
Jonathan London is the beloved author of 24 tales featuring Froggy, one of the most perennially popular characters in all of children's literature. In this fun-filled addition to the series, Froggy is hop-hop-hopping mad when everyone seems to forget his birthday. But then he's treated to a surprise party that has him flop-flop-flopping with glee.
Jonathan London serves up another winner in the widely adored Froggy series. What should Froggy do for his mother's birthday? He could make a cake! Of course whenever Froggy does anything it never turns out exactly as he expects. Froggy mixes up the flour, the sugar, the chocolate candy his mother had hidden since Halloween, and a whole box of baking powder-what could possibly go wrong? John McDonough cheerfully and exuberantly narrates this tale...
No school today. It's time for Froggy's check-up at the doctor's office. At first he is excited, but then he begins to worry. What if the doctor wants to give him a shot? Froggy's many adventures, including Froggy Gets Dressed, tickle the funnybones of both beginning readers and their parents. John McDonough's sunny narration highlights the energy of a young frog who always escapes trouble with a jump and a smile.
Jonathan London has captured the imagination of children everywhere with his beloved tales starring Froggy, a precocious yet lovable frog who just can't help landing himself in trouble. In this fun-filled escapade, Froggy decides to build a tree house-with Dad's help, of course. The tree house promises to be the ideal place for pizza parties. But Frogilina gets hop-hop-hopping mad when Froggy says that his treehouse is for "Boys only!"
Froggy wants to win a big prize in the marching band contest at the Apple Blossom Parade, so he flops up to the attic to find his dad's old saxophone. As they practice for the contest, Froggy and his friends learn the three most important marching band rules: Don't look left. Don't look right. And don't stop for anything! But will these rules really help Froggy and his friends win the big prize?
There are so many ways to postpone going to bed—and Froggy knows them all! First he has to find the lost boat that's essential to his bath, next the toothbrush that finally turns up in the cookie jar. Then he moves on to the familiar routine of a last drink of water, a favorite bedtime story and one more goodnight kiss. With inventive antics every child will recognize, Froggy makes bedtime rituals hilariously his own.
Zzzziiiinnngggg splash! Everyone's favorite frog learns to swim!
Frogs are supposed to be great swimmers. "Not me!" says Froggy, who's afraid of the water. But with a little encouragement, some practice, and the help of a silly song or two, Froggy becomes an expert frog-kicker!
"Froggy's childlike dialogue and the sound words—'zook! Zik!'; 'flop flop . . . splash!' make this a wonderful read aloud." —School Library...
Almost from the time they are born, Little Wolf enjoys playing with Sister Wolf and their brothers, but the pups are also learning from Gray Wolf and White Wolf about how to survive in the wild one day. Includes facts about wolves.