Dog on a Frog?

  • Title: Dog on a Frog?
  • Author: Kes Gray Claire Gray Jim Field
  • ISBN: 9781338116953
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Dog on a Frog You know the rules said cat Cats sit on mats frogs sit on logs and dogs sit on FROGS Well I m changing the rules said the frog In this hilarious sequel to Frog on a Log frog decides that he doe
    You know the rules, said cat Cats sit on mats, frogs sit on logs, and dogs sit on FROGS Well, I m changing the rules, said the frog.In this hilarious sequel to Frog on a Log , frog decides that he does not want to sit on a log, and he definitely does not want a dog to sit on a frog So he changes the rules Now, dogs sit on logs, and cats sit on gnats But what will You know the rules, said cat Cats sit on mats, frogs sit on logs, and dogs sit on FROGS Well, I m changing the rules, said the frog.In this hilarious sequel to Frog on a Log , frog decides that he does not want to sit on a log, and he definitely does not want a dog to sit on a frog So he changes the rules Now, dogs sit on logs, and cats sit on gnats But what will frog decide to sit on now Chock full of absurd animal rhyme pairings, Dog on a Frog shows young readers that every animal has many special places to sit Reminiscent of Dr Seuss s Beginner Books, this sequel is a fun, educational read aloud story that helps build reading skills

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    1. A dog sits on a frog and the frog is not happy about it. And so the frog changes the rules deciding that cats sit on gnats and cheetahs sit on fajitas, all the while adding on more and more rules on. Great way to teach rhymes even those that are laughable and don't make much sense. Vocabulary is relatively simple and repetitive making this a fairly easy book to read.

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    2. Dog sat on a frog who changed all the rhyming rules. From now on, dogs will sit on logs, cats sit on gnats, bears sit on stairs, and many more. Funny rhymes, but the best is the end non-rhyme. What will frogs sit on? These. Read to find out!

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    3. This was so much fun to read. And yes, I'm sure I sounded odd reading this book out-loud all by myself. But this is one kids will love to hear out-loud. Frog does not like that dogs sit on frogs so he changes things up a bit. Rhyming galore and the illustrations are so fun.

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    4. Review originally posted on my blog,Nine Pages .This British trio originally named the book Oi, Dog! but here in the U.S “Oi!” isn’t vernacular you expect children to know—not yet. Usually cats sit on mats, and frogs sit on logs, and dogs sit on frogs. That’s the rule. But Frog doesn’t like that rule at all, so he’s changing all the rules. His rhymes get more and more ridiculous. The humor of the book comes from that and the corresponding illustrations. The laughs come easily.

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    5. Frog decides to rewrite the rules of what everyone can sit on. Don't worry if you are unfamiliar with those rules - they're all going to change now. Frog lists off the new rules as various creatures pipe up with "What will X sit on?" At first it's pretty normal. Dogs sit on logs, cats sit on mats, bears sit on stairs. But things start to get a little kooky when leopards, cheetahs, and gnus get involved. Creatures are shown seated upon whatever frog decides they should sit on with expressions ran [...]

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    6. Frog has an issue with dogs sitting on frogs so Frog decides to switch up the rhyming pairs. Many of Frog's switches involve uncomfortable pairs such as whales sitting on nails, but Frog is only concerned with Frog and is happy to break the rhyme scheme in the end, if only for Frog's benefit.Fun rhymes with humorous illustrations; perfect for reading aloud with PreK-2, and additionally a nice book for beginning readers.

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    7. The dialog between the dog and the frog includes lots of rhyming words, even though the story is not told in a poetic meter. Very silly and wonderful! The two main characters are very different, which allows the reader to use two varied and interesting voices. The illustrations are vivid, clear, and fun, even though the paper is not glossy.

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    8. If I ever have kids, this will be one of the first books I buy for them! Such a cute little rhyming story. I love the basset hound illustrations and I love the humor that comes from the frog. He stands up for his right to not be sat upon and does it so well that I feel he deserves to take a seat and relax a bit. I would love to do a storytime with this book. Who wants to let me?

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    9. My kind of rhyming book. Lots of fun to read. The text is hilarious; the cartoony illustrations are perfectly matched. Cute expressions show the characters perfectly, in bright and vibrant pictures. What a frog! Great ending.

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    10. Frog is changing the rules he's not going to let some dog sit on him.Another fun read aloud for the library.

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    11. Silly fun rhyming book!

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    12. A fun MUST READ A loud! So fun! Cute pictures SO FUN!!

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    13. Great for read alouds! So much fun. I laughed out loud.

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    14. Very funny and entertaining. The rhymes are great and the pace of the story will make it a hit for story time.

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    15. Loved this rhyming book! Will be purchasing for my elementary library. Would make a great read aloud.

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    16. Loved this book!! Read it and read it again because you will be laughing too hard to remember what you read! Not before bed our your child will not go to sleep.

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    17. While not unique, the rhymes and pictures are sure to draw giggles. Great for story time for preschoolers.

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    18. Silly with great word-play.

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    19. A fun way to teach kids rhyming words. Frog comes up with lots of rhyming groups to prove his point that dogs are to sit on logs and not frogs.

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    20. Such a funny book, I think it would go over quite well in Storytime.

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    21. Similar to Frog on a Log? and still a lot of fun.Rhymes.

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    22. Clever rhyming. Would be fun to read to young kids.

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    23. Actually enjoyed the rhymes in this one better than the first one.

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    24. This was great! Loved the repetition and silly rhyming. Illustrations were very good also.

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    25. RhymingAnimals Great book for story time. This would be so much fun for preschool.

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    26. Cute and funny story. Nice illustrations. Good read-aloud for a small group of 4-6 y/o.

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    27. A funny story with lots of rhymes. Would be good for elementary children.

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    28. I just thought that the first book in this little "series" was good, and then I read this one and was blown away. So cute! So funny! A MUST read for everyone.

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    29. A funny, cute rhyming book.

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