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I intended to ask Lizzie to make different faces – happy, sad etc as we had been pulling a lot of grumpy and happy faces together when reading it, but she wanted to make a whole grumpy frog. A hilarious book with a twist in the tale about getting, and getting rid of, the grumps, Grumpy Frogsubtly teaches the importance of being kind to all. When a very special gorilla learns to use sign language, he is able to ask his keepers for anything he needs but what he wants most of all is a friend.
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The surprisingly reasonable crocodile and the rainbow-coloured pages of happiness are sweet and funny touches that help make a very special book that children will love.Ed Vere studied fine art at Camberwell College of Art and has been writing and illustrating children's books since 1999. Lizzie picked up on the colour aspect strongly, particularly as she has a contrasting view about the colour pink.
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As the name suggests, this animal is mostly active during the rainy season, remaining in underground burrows during drier periods.Infectiously funny, it's a dream to read aloud, with a positive message about friendship, compromise and saying sorry. While this book's text and illustrations are simple, there are many things that can be discussed after reading this story.
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Relatable for preschoolers who love dramatic characters expressing emotions or experiencing issues they can identify with.The protected fynbos habitat is also home to species of tortoise, mice, sunbirds and butterflies, to name a few. Black rain frogs can inflate their bodies with air to make themselves look far large than they are usually, to deter approaching predators as a defence mechanism. A bright, sharp picturebook about making friends and learning to cope with compromise that certain political leaders probably should have read .