Good Day Folks,
Something Scary in Frogville by Perry Perkins 5 stars
Now I know what a frog town is like. Sure enjoyed my adventure at Frogville
The story is filled with descriptive fun characters. I enjoyed the story. The illustrations enhance the story. Your reader will enjoy the story, and learn that things are not what they appear to be. Being nice to someone who may stutter, or is clumsy does not mean they are scrary or cannot help. The lesson is woven nicely into the exciting story.
Children ages 7 to 9 and adults will enjoy this story.
Frogville is having a rough year. It is and the fish have moved to the center of the nearby lake so the frogs fishing poles do not reach where the fish are. So they must eat greens and cabbage mostly. Then to top it all off there is something big in the woods at the edge of frogville, which is close to the Bugaboo’s home. The Mayor decides that Bumblefoot Bugaboo will investigate and slay the stranger. Bumblefoots real name is Bartholomew but everyone called him Bumblefoot because he had large feet and tripped often. The Mayor gave him the great spear as he reminds Bartholomew the battle to claim their town. That evening when Bartholomew and his younger sister Emma hears the sounds he sets out to find the stranger. As Bartholomew is thinking of how to confront the huge beast his sister appearsand starts asking questions. They find out what he is and why he is there. They discover Neville a Nutinia and he left his home because he was picked on by the way he spoke. He stuttered. Then he lost his glasses in the lake and can’t see very well. They become friends and they take him to see the Mayor.Frogville folks get their fishing poles out and Emma finds his glasses. Then Nelville puts them on and swims out with his fishing net and brings back a net full of fish. The Mayor decides,they must have a community meal and invites Nelville to join. Keep up with Perry Perkins adventures and book links: http://hautemealz.com/ , https://www.facebook.com/PickleTalk
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