located in the Curriculum Lab
Anderson, Peggy Perry. TIME FOR BED, THE BABYSITTER SAID. Not even his babysitter's most strenuous efforts can convince Joe the frog to go to bed. c1987.
Asher, Sandy. TOO MANY FROGS! Rabbit's comfortable nightly routine is disturbed by exuberant Froggie, who settles in for a snack and a story without being invited. c2005
Berenzy, Alix. FROG PRINCE. Rebuffed by the princess after retrieving her golden ball, a noble frog sets out to find a more suitable mate. c1989.
Blake, Quentin. THE STORY OF THE DANCING FROG. Relates the adventures of Great Aunt Gertrude and her dancing frog as they travel the world and gain fame and fortune.c1990.
Fleming, Denise. IN THE SMALL, SMALL POND. Illustrations and rhyming text describe the activities of animals living in and near a small pond as spring progresses to autumn. c1993.
Gwynne, Fred. PONDLARKER Not satisfied being a frog, Pondlarker seeks a princess' kiss to fulfill his princely ambitions. c1990.
Himmelman, John. AMANDA AND THE WITCH SWITCH. A friendly witch named Amanda gives a toad three wishes, but her good intentions backfire when he uses one of the wishes to become a witch. c1985.
Hunter, Anne. POSSUM AND THE PEEPER. When Possum is awakened on the first day of spring by a loud noise that won't stop, he and all the other animals, who have also had their winters' sleep disturbed, set out to discover who is making all the racket. c1998.
James, Betsy. TADPOLES. Molly likes her tadpoles better than her baby brother Davey but admires Davey's growth over a period of several months and compares it to the development of her tadpoles. Includes instructions for caring for tadpoles. c1999.
Jordan, Martin. JOURNEY OF THE RED-EYED TREE FROG. A tree frog whose home is threatened by the destruction of the rain forest makes a long journey to the heart of the Amazon jungle, encountering many animals along the way, and consults the Oracle Toad for advice. c1992.
Joyce, William. BENTLY & EGG. A shy, singing frog is left in charge of a very special egg that changes his life. c1992.
Kent, Jack. THE CATERPILLAR AND THE POLLIWOG. Impressed by the proud caterpillar's boast that she will turn into a butterfly when she grows up, a polliwog determines to watch the caterpillar very carefully and turn into a butterfly too. c1982.
Lionni, Leo. THE EXTRAORDINARY EGG. Jessica the frog befriends the animal that hatches from an egg she brought home, thinking it is a chicken. c1994.
Lionni, Leo. FISH IS FISH. When his friend, the tadpole, becomes a frog and leaves the pond to explore the world, the little fish decides that maybe he doesn't have to remain in the pond either. c1970.
Lobel, Arnold. DAYS WITH FROG AND TOAD. An I Can Read Book. Frog and Toad spend their days together, but find sometimes it's nice to be alone. c1979.
Lobel, Arnold. FROG AND TOAD ALL YEAR. An I Can Read Book. Two friends share experiences in each season of the year. c1976.
Lobel, Arnold. FROG AND TOAD ARE FRIENDS. An I Can Read Book. Five tales recounting the adventures of two best friends - Frog and Toad. c1970.
Lobel, Arnold. FROG AND TOAD TOGETHER. An I Can Read Book. Five further adventures of two best friends as they share cookies, plant a garden, and test their bravery. 
Mayer, Mercer. A BOY, A DOG AND A FROG. Tells in pictures a boy's unsuccessful attempts to catch a frog. 
Mayer, Mercer. A BOY, A DOG, A FROG, AND A FRIEND. A quiet fishing party is interrupted when something unexpected bites on the line. 
Mayer, Mercer. FROG, WHERE ARE YOU? A boy and his dog suffer through several adventures while searching for a pet frog that escaped during the night. Sequel to A boy, a dog, and a frog. 
Paris, Pat. THE FROG. Rhyming text and pop‑up illustrations follow a frog's interaction with five other animals, through the book, onto the back cover, and back to the front cover again c1989.
Popov, Nikolai. WHY? A frog, peacefully sitting in a meadow, is suddenly attacked by an umbrella-wielding mouse in a confrontation that quickly turns into full-scale war. c1996.
Potter, Beatrix. THE TALE OF MR. JEREMY FISHER. A frog fishing from his lily pad boat doesn't catch any fish, but one catches him. [c1934]
Priceman, Marjorie. FROGGIE WENT A COURTING. An updated version of the familiar folk song about the courtship and wedding of Frog and Ms. Mouse, set in New York City. c2000.
Priceman, Marjorie. FRIEND OR FROG. When Kate has to find a new home for her frog, Hilton, her advertisement in the newspaper brings some alarming responses. c1989.
Rockwell, Anne F. BIG BOSS. A hungry tiger and a smart fox flee the voracious appetite of a clever little frog. 
Rockwell, Anne F. TOAD. Describes one year in the life of Toad who lives in the flower
FROG WENT A-COURTIN' Illustrates the well-known American folk song about the courtship and marriage of the frog and the mouse. 
THE FROG PRINCE, CONTINUED. After the frog turns into a prince, he and the Princess do not live happily ever after and the Prince decides to look for a witch to help him remedy he situation. c1991.
Snape, Juliet. FROG ODYSSEY. When a construction project forces the frogs to lose their pond, they venture into the city to find a new home.c1996.
Wiesner, David. TUESDAY. Frogs rise on their lily pads, float through the air, and explore the nearby. houses while their inhabitants sleep. c1991.
Willis, Jeanne. TADPOLE'S PROMISE. When a caterpillar meets her perfect love, a tadpole, she begs him never to change, but their relationship is doomed. c2005.
Wood, Audrey. JUBAL'S WISH. Jubal Bullfrog wishes for happiness for his animal friends and finds that sometimes wishes come true in an unexpected way. c2000.
Yolan, Jane. COMMANDER TOAD AND THE INTERGALACTIC SPY. Commander Toad and the crew
of Star Warts are asked to rout out Tip Toad, Space Fleet's greatest and most elusive spy. c1986
Yolen, Jane. KING LONG SHANKS. Although he hates their poor poetry, a frog king agrees to let two flattering scoundrels create an outfilt
for him that will show off his fine, long, strong legs and test the loyalty of his subjects. c1998.
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Mills, Lauren A. THUMBELINA. After being kidnapped by a toad, a beautiful girl no bigger than a thumb has a series ot dreadful experiences and makes many animal friends before meeting a fairy prince just her size. c2005.
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Lee, Jeanne M. TOAD IS THE UNCLE OF HEAVEN: A VIETNAMESE FOLK TALE. Toad leads a group of animals to ask the King of Heaven to send rain to the parched earth. c1985.
Martin, Rafe. MYSTERIOUS TALES OF JAPAN. “Frog Friend.” c1996.
Hamanaka, Sheila. SCREEN OF FROGS: AN OLD TALE. A spoiled rich man in Japan discovers a respect for nature in time to turn his life around. , c1993.
Lewis, J. Patrick. THE FROG PRINCESS: A RUSSIAN FOLKTALE. Forced to marry an ugly frog, the youngest son of the Tsar is astounded to learn that the frog is really the beautiful princess Vasilisa the Wise. c1994.
Vuong, Lynette Dyer. THE BROCADED SLIPPER AND OTHER VIETNAMESE TALES.
“Master Frog.” c1982.
Climo, Shirley. A TREASURY OF PRINCESSES: PRINCESS TALES FROM AROUND THE WORLD. Presents retellings of seldom-heard princess tales, featuring such heroines as White Jade, Gulnara, and Vasilisa the Frog Princess. A discussion of princess lore precedes each selection. c1996.
Montejo, Victor. THE BIRD WHO CLEANS THE WORLD: AND OTHER MAYAN FABLES. “The Hen and the Frog” c1991.
Llamas Ruiz, Andres. METAMORPHOSIS. Describes the process of metamorphosis in caterpillars, tadpoles, and dragonfly larvae. c1996.
Michels, Tilde. AT THE FROG POND. Describes the animal life at a secluded pond during spring and summer days. c1989.
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Stewart, David. POND LIFE. A simple introduction to the life and life cycle of pond animals throughout the year. c2002.
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Himmelman, John. FROG IN A BOG. Features animals, insects, and plants in a bog. c2004.
Arnosky, Jim. ALL ABOUT FROGS. Learn how to tell frogs apart and what frog sounds to listen for. c2002.
Cowley, Joy. RED-EYED TREE FROG. This frog found in the rain forest of Central America spends the night searching for food while also being careful not to become dinner for some other animal. c1999.
Florian, Douglas. DISCOVERING FROGS. Discusses the development and behavior of frogs and introduces several varieties. c1986.
Pascoe, Elaine. TADPOLES. Explores the physical characteristics, reproduction, habitat, and
metamorphosis of tadpoles. Includes hands-on activities. c1997.
Stewart, Melissa. AMPHIBIANS. What is an amphibian? - Hot and cold - A double life - A look at frogs - Silent salamanders - Amphibians in our lives. Describes the basic behavior, physical traits, and life cycles of amphibians. c2001.
Vern, Alex. WHERE DO FROGS COME FROM? GreenLight Reader;Grades 1-2,Reading with help, ages 6-8.c2001
Wallace, Karen. TALE OF A TADPOLE. Eyewitness readers. Level 1."Preschool-Grade 1."
Describes the development of a tadpole into a frog. c1998.
Williams, John. THE LIFE CYCLE OF A FROG. Describes, in brief text and illustrations, the physical characteristics, habits, and natural environment of the common frog. 1988, c1987.
Cole, Joanna. A FROG'S BODY. Close‑up photographs and text explain the details of a frog's
Johnson, Sylvia. TREE FROGS. Describes different kinds of tree frogs and the way in which they live. c1986.
Lacey, Elizabeth A. THE COMPLETE FROG: A GUIDE FOR THE VERY YOUNG NATURALIST. Explores the world of the frog, examining it physical characteristics, life cycle, eating habits, and place in fact and fiction. c1989.
Seeger, Pete. THE FOOLISH FROG. Relates the chain of events that caused the frog to puff himself up until he exploded-all because of a song. 
George, Kristine O'Connell. THE GREAT FROG RACE. A collection of poems about frogs and dragonflies, wind and rain, a visit to the tree farm, the garden hose, and other familiar parts of indoor and outdoor life. c1997.
Grahame, Kenneth. THE ADVENTURES OF MR. TOAD FROM THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS. Follows the escapades of Mr. Toad as he escapes from jail, is reunited with Mole, Ratty, and Badger, and together with them battles the weasels to reclaim Toad Hall. Companion to "The River Bank." c1998.
Griffith, Helen V. EMILY AND THE ENCHANTED FROG. Emily kisses an enchanted frog and turns him into a handsome prince much to his dismay.c1989.
Kerley, Barbara. SONGS OF PAPA'S ISLAND. A mother tells her daughter a series of stories about life on Guam before the daughter was born and when she was a baby. “The Last Frog.” c1995.
Luderer, Lynn Marie. THE TOAD INTRUDER. Although Monica would like her toad Schultz to need her as much as her dog and her hamster do, she comes to believe he would be happier in the woods. c1982.
Napoli, JIMMY, THE PICKPOCKET OF THE PALACE. Jimmy, the froglet son of an enchanted frog‑prince, tries to save his pond from the evil hag and in the process finds himself transformed into a human boy. c1995.
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Polette, THE FROG AND TOAD THINKING BOOK. "Based on the frog and toad series / created by Arnold Lobel."c1982.
Kopp, FROG MATH: PREDICT, PONDER, PLAY: TEACHER'S GUIDE. Great explorations in math and science. GEMS. "Grades Kindergarten‑3"1995, c1992.
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Ideal School Supply CAN DO! [game] 21 Frog problem cards- 21 Snail answer cards. Addition facts 0‑20 with missing numerals.
Society for Visual Education. REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS [picture] Notes, questions, and suggestions for related activities on the back of each study print. Toad, Frog race. - then to reconstruct it.
Encyclopedia Britannica Educational, 1975. Martin, Bill. FROGS IN A POND. [Sound recording] Describes the life cycle of the frog with text and watercolor pictures. c1975.
Potter, Beatrix. THE TALE OF MR. JEREMY FISHER. [sound recording] (9 min.) Rabbit Ears Productions, A frog fishing from his lily pad boat doesn't catch any fish, but one catches him. c1992.
FROG WENT A-COURTIN'. [videorecording] (12 min.)Weston Woods, [197-] An iconographic interpretation of the folk song as illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky and sung by John Langstaff. Includes subtitles for use in audience-participation singing.
FROGS & TOADS [videorecording] (30 minutes) Eastman Kodak Co. c1988. Introduces both young and old to the world of frogs and toads.
THE FOOLISH FROG [videorecording] (8 minutes) Weston Woods Studio, c1971. A dramatization of Charles L. Seeger's and Pete Seeger's song of the same title in which a foolish bullfrog explodes with pride when he hears someone singing a song.
Created by Donna Wallach, April 2006