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This book is about frogs, their toad cousins, and their fascinating amphibian lives. Frogs live all over the world, even managing to withstand freezing their own bodies. Cold-blooded, but astonishingly similar to animals biologically, they perhaps offer a glimpse of a common ancestor. From an egg protected and nourished by frogspawn through its development first as the vege This book is about frogs, their toad cousins, and their fascinating amphibian lives. Frogs live all over the world, even managing to withstand freezing their own bodies. Cold-blooded, but astonishingly similar to animals biologically, they perhaps offer a glimpse of a common ancestor. From an egg protected and nourished by frogspawn through its development first as the vegetarian fish like tadpole to becoming the carnivorous frog “A frog's life” is a journey of discovery into the lives and habits of one of nature's most treasured and diverse creatures. Worshiped as a goddess by the Egyptians and for many cultures a symbol of good luck, but for others a tasty treat. A staple of French cuisine, an invaluable aid to scientists, biologists, Amazonian hunters and an early warning system of ecological problems. A frog's life explores the contribution of these amphibians with Evelyn Wood's usual mix of fact and fun, anatomical diagrams, cartoons a quiz and colouring pages.


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This book is about frogs, their toad cousins, and their fascinating amphibian lives. Frogs live all over the world, even managing to withstand freezing their own bodies. Cold-blooded, but astonishingly similar to animals biologically, they perhaps offer a glimpse of a common ancestor. From an egg protected and nourished by frogspawn through its development first as the vege This book is about frogs, their toad cousins, and their fascinating amphibian lives. Frogs live all over the world, even managing to withstand freezing their own bodies. Cold-blooded, but astonishingly similar to animals biologically, they perhaps offer a glimpse of a common ancestor. From an egg protected and nourished by frogspawn through its development first as the vegetarian fish like tadpole to becoming the carnivorous frog “A frog's life” is a journey of discovery into the lives and habits of one of nature's most treasured and diverse creatures. Worshiped as a goddess by the Egyptians and for many cultures a symbol of good luck, but for others a tasty treat. A staple of French cuisine, an invaluable aid to scientists, biologists, Amazonian hunters and an early warning system of ecological problems. A frog's life explores the contribution of these amphibians with Evelyn Wood's usual mix of fact and fun, anatomical diagrams, cartoons a quiz and colouring pages.

35 review for Exploring with Too Woo (A frog's life. #3)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ann Green

    "A frog's life" is much more than a paperback book about the lives and habits of frogs. The author carefully explains answers to many questions children might have about frogs and toads with helpful illustrations and vocabulary banks. Also included are a story of a princess who kisses a frog, coloring pages, an explorer's kit and even a quiz! You will learn that toads have short tongues and no teeth while frogs have long, sticky tongues and teeth. How frogs eat, survive, and are seen in ancient "A frog's life" is much more than a paperback book about the lives and habits of frogs. The author carefully explains answers to many questions children might have about frogs and toads with helpful illustrations and vocabulary banks. Also included are a story of a princess who kisses a frog, coloring pages, an explorer's kit and even a quiz! You will learn that toads have short tongues and no teeth while frogs have long, sticky tongues and teeth. How frogs eat, survive, and are seen in ancient and popular culture and cuisine are fascinating topics for children of all ages. Thanks for the win of this charming book. My only suggestion is to consider making a shorter "I -Can-Read-Version" that younger children can read alone as the pages of this book are packed with information and beyond the reading level of the youngest reader. Check out the author's other titles at too-woo.com.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Katherine Ellis

    An excellently put together fun and informative book for children, the 3rd in the series, my nieces have loved all 3!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Trevor Jupp

    this is definitely the best you have done Evelyn. Educational, informative and enjoyable. i have learned more about frogs in this book than I have learned in the past 70 years. I am sure it will be enjoyed by a wide age group. Looking forward to the next book which has a lot to live up to. Trevor and Jacqui in Portugal

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