Published January 1983
by Journeyman Pr .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
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Frog and Toad Are Friends by Arnold Lobel was published in It has been a favorite easy-to-read children’s title ever since. This book provides wonderful opportunities for learning about not only about friendship but also science topics like seasons and amphibians, language arts lessons in story-telling and letter writing, and even the practical skill of learning to sew on a button! Arnold Lobel’s beloved characters have delighted and amused generations of readers since the publication of Frog and Toad Are Friends in Little did he know at the time that Frog and Toad would endure and go on to receive some of the most prestigious awards in children’s literature, including Newbery and Caldecott Honors, and be named to almost every roundup of all-time best . Though the book series by Arnold Lobel has filled young readers with a sense of warmth and closeness for five decades, Frog and Toad opens with disappointment and desperation. It is the first day. The Time of the Toad explores both the contempt citations and the greater philosophical issues they raised for the nation. The toad of the title is in reference to an s article by Émile Zola in which the animal in question serves as a rhetorical metaphor for how to .