BLACKBERRY BOOK TOURS: 10 LITTLE FROGS #23







By Jason Travis

Illustrated by Shawn Michael Travis

Purchase link: https://bookgoodies.com/a/B08ZH8RLS8

Genre: Children’s picture book

Print length: 26 Pages

Age range: Picture book lovers
 
 
About the Authors:

Jason and Shawn are brothers, born, raised, and still residents in Pittsburgh, PA. 10 Little Frogs is their first adventure in children’s literature, and hopefully the first of many fun books to come.

Jason has always enjoyed writing. From short stories to poetry, it’s always been a passion. He gives a lot of credit to his parents for that passion – growing up, they were always reading to him or making up stories at bedtime. When he and his wife, Lori, welcomed their daughter, Kathryn, into the world in 2016, that same tradition of story telling continued. It’s what ultimately inspired him to write 10 Little Frogs, as the dedication in the book illustrates.

Shawn is a self-taught artist, drawing was something Shawn picked up during his college days. A fan of the show Bob’s Burgers, and a lover of animals, the dog in the book is based on Shawn’s best buddy, Ender.


A group of ten frogs sit on a log, when a shooting star passes overhead. Each makes a wish and is magically transformed into a playful, fun version of themselves. One by one each hops off the log to enjoy a different kind of adventure. Ten Little Frogs is a rhyming, counting picture book that leaps off the page with each ribbit-ribbit-ribbit.

“This is a great book for children who are learning to count. The frogs themselves are charming and engaging. I love the original poem by author Jason Travis that introduced the frogs and set up the story. The artwork is attractive, unique, and employs vivid, bold colors that are sure to delight. I would like to add that this book presents a splendid opportunity to interact with children reading the book through playacting the story, talking about frog biology, and reinforcing the value of counting and numbers-just to mention a few examples. 5 Stars” – George Yuhasz

Who would have thought learning to count could be so much fun! This is one of the factors why I choose to read picture books because most of them are funny in their own way.I mean how can a frog ride a snake? I love the unique and original ideas from the authors. Totally different from any book I've ever read.

Although this book has 26 pages but I does not feel a burden to read it because I like the writing style that applied in this story. Unpretentious and humorous style of storytelling will surely make anyone who reads this book will laugh.

I believe reading should be fun, Therefore i give

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐over⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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8 Comments

  1. menulis sastera kanak2 mmg tidak mudah perlu ada skil merekakarya

    BalasPadam
  2. 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

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  3. omgggg 5/5 ! this is so interesing

    BalasPadam
  4. Tengok little frogs ni teringat lagu tadika zaman kanak-kana dulu!

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  5. aww menariknya buku ni gambar pun cantik

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  6. Argh!! Suka baca buku macam nie.. hehehe..

    BalasPadam

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