Frog and Toad Are Friends by Arnold LobelFrog and Toad Are Friends by Arnold Lobel

Frog and Toad Are Friends

byArnold LobelIllustratorArnold Lobel

Paperback | February 18, 2003

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Celebrate the power of friendship with Frog and Toad—a Caldecott Honor Book!

From writing letters to going swimming, telling stories to finding lost buttons, Frog and Toad are always there for each other—just as best friends should be. These five adventurous tales are perfect for Level 2 beginning readers.

The classic Frog and Toad stories by Arnold Lobel have won numerous awards and honors, including a Newbery Honor (Frog and Toad Together), a Caldecott Honor (Frog and Toad are Friends), ALA Notable Children’s Book, Fanfare Honor List (The Horn Book), School Library Journal Best Children’s Book, and Library of Congress Children’s Book.

Arnold Lobel (1933-1987) was the award-winning author and illustrator of many beloved children's books, including the classic I Can Read books about Frog and Toad, and the Caldecott Medal winning Fables.
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Title:Frog and Toad Are FriendsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:64 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.19 inPublished:February 18, 2003Publisher:HarperCollins

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0064440206

ISBN - 13:9780064440202

Appropriate for ages: 6 - 8

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From Our Editors

"Five very short stories (told) in a direct and ingenious style, appealing because of their ease and the familiarity of the situations. . . . The give-and-take of a fast friendship (between Frog and Toad) is gently affectionate".--Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books. Three-color illustrations. Caldecott Honor Book; ALA Notable Children's Books of 1940-1970; School Library Journal Best of the Best

Editorial Reviews

“[The stories] have freshness, humor, and a beguiling childlike simplicity.” (H.)