Grumpy Frog by Ed Vere

Publication Date: 4th May 2017


Frog is adamant he’s not grumpy. He just knows what he likes and what he wants. When he ends up all alone on his log, he’s perfectly happy, thank you very much! Or is he?

Stunningly simple illustrations allow children to focus on character’s emotions throughout the story. A tale of tolerance, acceptance and compromise proving that just because we’re all different and enjoy different things, doesn’t mean we can’t be friends. Great for PSHE lessons! But even better enjoyed with friends.

Don’t just take my word for it, here’s what some of my Year 2 Book Club had to say:
“I love the pictures. They’re really simple and you can see how everyone is feeling.”
“I really liked this book. It reminded me that we can still be friends even if we want to play different games.”
“Frog is really funny. He’s like my baby brother when we play together.”
And the highest praise…
“Please can we read it again Miss Cleveland?”

ebook proof courtesy of Penguin Random House Children’s Books.



3 thoughts on “Grumpy Frog by Ed Vere

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