[PDF] Download ↠ Frog and Toad Together | by ↠ Arnold Lobel

By Arnold Lobel | Comments: ( 214 ) | Date: ( Dec 06, 2019 )

Alt cover for ISBN 9780060817961In 1957, Harper published its first I Can Read title, Little Bear, written by Else Holmelund Minarik and illustrated by Maurice Sendak Large type, simple vocabulary, chapter like divisions, and decorative pictures made Little Bear perfect for emerging readers they could read the story comfortably and not feel overwhelmed by the text FolloAlt cover for ISBN 9780060817961In 1957, Harper published its first I Can Read title, Little Bear, written by Else Holmelund Minarik and illustrated by Maurice Sendak Large type, simple vocabulary, chapter like divisions, and decorative pictures made Little Bear perfect for emerging readers they could read the story comfortably and not feel overwhelmed by the text Following suit came such classics as Peggy Parish s Amelia Bedelia series, Lillian Hoban s books about Arthur the monkey, and Syd Hoff s popular Danny and the Dinosaur Many books in this series are special in the depth of emotion evoked Little Bear, the Frog and Toad books by Arnold Lobel, and Daniel s Duck by Clyde Bulla, to name a few and all are enjoyed by children of all ages Grade 1 Grade 3.


  • Title: Frog and Toad Together
  • Author: Arnold Lobel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Audiobook

About Author:

Arnold Lobel

Arnold Stark Lobel was a popular American author of children s books Among his most popular books are those of the Frog and Toad series, and Mouse Soup, which won the Garden State Children s Book Award from the New Jersey Library Association.



Comments Frog and Toad Together

  • Alice Cai

    4.5*Aw so wholesome. -.5 because the first book was better and the 1st story in this one sucked.


  • Tayebe Ej

    مجموعه ی کتابای قورباغه و وزغ بسیار دوست داشتنی نوشته شدن و برای کلاسهای فلسفه برای کودکان هم خیلی مناسبن


  • Kasia

    I love the Frog and Toad books. Toad is hilariously neurotic, especially for an amphibian, and I love the way Frog tries to keep him sane. My favorite story in this collection is the one when they try to stop eating cookies. After several failed attempts, Frog finally throws the cookies out to the birds. Toad laments that they have no more cookies, and Frog comforts him by telling him about how much willpower they have instead. Toad says, "You may keep it all, Frog. I am going home to bake a cak [...]


  • Laura Harrison

    Reading the Frog and Toad series truly helped me become a lifelong reader. So many generations of children are indebted to Arnold Lobel. His illustrations drew you in but his unique, creative writing kept you there. One of the top ten best children's authors.


  • Danielle Delahunty

    Folks, you can't have a gift better than this or any book by Lobel, and I will tell you why.First, I want to direct your attention to the fact that this is a level reader. Frog and Toad was written for, or is in language deemed perfect for, kids attempting to read on their own for the first time. There is criteria for a level reader: It has to have words on the approved list for whatever level, this one I believe is for first grade, and it has to be G-rated. You could literally pick vocabulary o [...]


  • Jody

    I love Frog and Toad. The stories are simple, but with such sly, dry wit that never fails to make me laugh. The story about the cookies is particularly hilarious.


  • Lovesfrost

    Another adorable frog and toad book.This one is better that the previous one .I loved each and every story -loved the innocence like for instance toad singing at night to the seeds that he had planted in his garden just because he thinks the seeds would be afraid of the dark and refuse to grow!:):)-why do things get so complicated when we grow up ? anyways my favourite story here was The Dream - the thought of losing your favourite person when you're after the other good things in life is scary [...]


  • John

    I love Arnold Lobel's books. I checked some out at the library and read this to my daughter. The books are well written for children's books and have a great message. Add to that the fun artwork and you have some of the best children's books out there.


  • Joshua

    Frog and toad are always hilarious.


  • Chance Lee

    I think I had this Frog and Toad book as a kid because I remember the list and the cookies stories, but I relate to Frog and Toad more now than I ever did as a child. "A List" is a cute story in which Toad makes a list of everything he will do that day -- wake up, eat breakfast, take nap, etc. He crosses off each item as he does them, but when the list is lost, he has no idea what to do anymore. A cautionary tale about overly planning one's day. "Cookies" is also a good story, in which Toad bake [...]


  • Willie Butts

    This book can be used to teach children positive attributes and at the same time make it fun and exciting as they follow along. The brown and green water colored pictures really compliment the story. The story I really enjoyed is the last chapter. Toads dream could be analyzed in two ways. First it could be described as being egotistical, he has so many wonderful gifts that he stands our above his friend. He is the important one; everyone else is small, petty, and useless. The second concept is [...]


  • David

    Frog & Toad like to do everything together, from list making to flower growing to dragon vanquishing to trying to develop willpower. Simple text and charming, frog-hued pictures combined with sensitive, funny, original stories show children what real friendship is all about. (Emilie Coulter summary)Frog and Toad Together (Frog and Toad #2) by Arnold Lobel is a Newbery Honor book with 5 stories about the amphibian friends. With large size text, some repetition and humorous illustrations, this [...]


  • Laura Verret

    Ah, Frog and Toad! Was there ever such another friendship like theirs? Why, they eat together, garden together, walk together, and most importantly are very, very brave together. They also consider important questions together – questions like “How Do I Keep Myself From Eating All of the Cookies?”Which, for no conceivable reason, is a question that resonates with me.:DConclusion. Fun. I liked this one better than Days with Frog and Toad.


  • Laura (Book Scrounger)

    I think I enjoyed this one even more than the first (Frog and Toad Are Friends), though I'm a bit confused as to why one won a Caldecott honor and the other a Newbery honor when they're both the exact same length and format. Like the first, there are some very good-natured silly moments (my kids keep laughing at Toad trying to "motivate" his seeds to grow, and the story about willpower was all too true-to-life), but I found even more to appreciate here, even as an adult. The "list" story makes T [...]


  • BookHugger

    i relate to frog and toad not having will power to not eat cookies


  • Strawberry Girl

    Must read for all children aged 3-7


  • Shannon Girvin

    It's on my list of Newbery Honor Books. It was cute for a kids book and had a fun message.


  • Catherine Cunninghan

    I found this book very entertaining to read. Frog and Toad are best friends and like to do everything together. The book has 5 short stories in which the friends get up to mischief and learn a few things on the way. Chapter 1 'A list' is about Toad writing a list of things he will do for the day which he likes to cross out as he goes about his day. When he loses it on a walk he realises he cannot do anything else as he doesn't know what's next on his list – as frog is such a loyal friend he st [...]


  • Sydney Funk

    • This is a short collection of five short stories about best friends Frog and Toad. The best friends go on many adventures together. The friends are a great example of what friendship looks like. They help each other when they need help and support each other through everything they do.• Grades 1-3• This book could be used in an English class or to teach students about friendship.• This could benefit individual students that like to read about friends or that are having problems being a [...]


  • Anna Summers

    The book, Frog and Toad Together, is a collection of five short stories. In “A List”, Frog has patience when Toad tries to follow his “to do’ list. In “The Garden”, Frog kindly helps toad grow his flower seeds. In the story “Cookies”, Frog and Toad try to use their will power to not eat all of the cookies. In “Dragons and Giants”, Frog and Toad help each other stay brave. In “The Dream”, Frog helps Toad wake up from a weird dream. These five stories depict the genuine, tr [...]


  • Guadalupe Sanchez

    Frog and Toad together by Lobel Arnold Genre: children’s literature Reading level: 1 grade & up Format: good Frog and toad together is a book about a frog that at the beginning of the book makes a list of what to do and crosses out everything he has done. The frog has a best friend which is Toad. Throughout the whole book they help each other when things go wrong. Also both the frog and toad to everything together like read, eat cookies, and have adventures together. The most important t [...]


  • Betty Ortega

    * Book Summary Frog and Toad are best friends and do everything together. Toad really loves the flowers in Frog's garden, and Frog gives him seeds to grow a garden of his own. When Toad bakes cookies, Frog helps him eat them. And when both Frog and Toad are scared, they are brave together.*awards Newbery medal* Grade Level/ Interest level 2nd-3rd* Appropriate Classroom Use I would have this book or the entire collection for students to read if they are interested. *Student Who Might Benefit From [...]


  • Danni Green

    After reading this article (newyorker/books/page-t) about the author having been gay, I wanted to go back and read these books which I loved so much as a child before I even knew that gay people (or frogs) existed. How delightful to read these books again with the invitation to see the relationship between the two characters as a loving, committed relationship that could be just as easily interpreted as friendship, romance, both, or something else entirely that transcends labels and just deeply [...]


  • Adam Starr

    Frog and Toad is a great story telling book not only that but its great for kids to get great leasons through it They are FRiend, enimies and at times just brothers of diffrent kinds they are benifical to each other and make each other happy. This type of book should be recomened to most kids if they like to imagine things and make the most out of nothing.This book teaches children to help one another and not judge people for being diffrent becasue although we are diffrent we are all the same. i [...]


  • D.C.

    This made me laugh several times throughout the course of reading it. It teaches great values to young'ns and packs a giant wallop of humor, too. So surprised about the Newbery Honor instead of Caldecott, but I guess the committee wanted to recognize the story and the writing instead of the illustrations, which are good but maybe not Caldecott-worthy.


  • Kathy

    I remember the Frog and Toad books because I received a set for Christmas when I was five or six. I remember being proud of reading a "real book with chapters in it" by myself for the first time. I read these to my three-year-old now and it kind of puts me to sleep, but kids seem to like these simple and gentle stories of two good friends.


  • T

    Despite feeling a bit dorky reading a book with "I can Read!" plastered across the front, I LOVED this book. Toad makes the funniest comments and reminded me of myself sometimes, such as when he comments, "what's will power?".


  • Rachel

    Toad and Frog's friendship is like any other. They keep each other sane and have different personalities that mesh well together. Their adventures together are funny (I especially enjoyed the cookie one). Classic stories for children to learn from.


  • Yumara Velazquez

    Frog make a lot cookies for both Frog and Toad eating a lot of cookies then never know we will get sick eat a lot of cookies. we need to make a box for the next day eat other cookies later we decide to give the bird outside give him the cookies.


  • Sue Lyle

    Wonderful timeless book for exploring the concept of bravery. Perfect for Philosophy for Children.


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