Amphibian Reads


No Frogs in School
Words by A. LaFaye
Pictures by Églantine Ceulemans
Bartholomew hates to leave his pets at home when he goes to school but each time he tries to bring his pets to school, his teacher creates new rules to keep his pets out.
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999 Frogs Wake Up
Words by Ken Kimura
Pictures by Yasunari Murakami
It's spring and 999 frogs wake up, they decide to awaken a still sleeping turtle, lizard, ladybugs, and a big snake.
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The Salamander Room
Words by by Anne Mazer
Pictures by Steve Johnson
A young boy finds a salamander and thinks of the many things he can do to make a perfect home for it.
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The Salamander Spell
E.D. Baker
Thirteen-year-old Grassina vies with her older sister, Chartreuse, to see who will inherit the family's talent for magic and become the Green Witch, while each ponders which prince will be at her side during her "happily ever after."
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Life According to Og the Frog
Betty G. Birney
Og is the second classroom pet to Room 26 but before that he lived in a swamp where he learned many important lessons.
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Best Buds Under Frogs
Leslie Patricelli
Lily is new at school and after throwing up on the playground on her first day, she knows no one wants to be her friend. Until she meets Darby, a quirky goofball looking for a new best friend.
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An Army of Frogs
Trevor Pryce
While the Kulipari, the Amphibilands elite fighting group of poisonous frogs, is away, young Darel assembles a crew of friends to fend off an attack by the Spider Queen and Lord Marmoo, leader of the scorpions.
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Garth Nix
Princess Anya must defeat the evil wizard who is also her step-father, Duke Rikkard in order to save her sister, Morven, the heir.
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Gail Gibbons
An introduction to frogs, discussing their tadpole beginnings, noises they make, their hibernation, body parts, and how they differ from toads.
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Poison Dart Frogs
Rachel Grack
What's it like to live life in the rain forest with poison skin?
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Do Frogs Drink Hot Chocolate
Words by Etta Kaner
Pictures by John Martz
How do frogs, bears, and penguins survive the cold? Learn about the amazing adaptions these creatures developed to survive chilly weather.
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Aaron Carr
Why do salamanders have slimy skin? Learn interesting facts in this quick read.
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Chinese Giant Salamander
Ann O. Squire
Examines the world's biggest amphibian, including what it eats, how it breathes and why they are in danger of disappearing.
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Tree Frogs, Mud Puppies, & Other Amphibians
Daniel Gilpin
Introduces the reader to one of the most easily recognizable groups of animals, from the Pacific giant salamander to the tiny but deadly golden poison-dart frog.
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Classifying Amphibians
Richard and Louise Spilsbury
Explains what amphibians are and how they differ from other animals, offering an overview of the life cycle of a several types of amphibians.
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