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Arnold Lobel's Frog and Toad books

Discussion in 'Primary' started by inky, Mar 23, 2011.

  1. inky

    inky Lead commenter

    Do any of you love this series as much as I do? Its not just the stories and characters but the beautiful drawings and elegant font that appeal to me.
     
  2. titus4t

    titus4t New commenter

    Yes and they are great for assemblies. Even the oldest children love them and they are great for many assembly themes.
     
  3. I love Frog and Toad, especially the one where he writes a list of things to do and includes things like getting out of bed, so he can cross it straight off (I often do this type of things with lists)
    We use them a lot in our guided reading and the children love them too.
     

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