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by Philip Pelletier,Verne Lindner

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ISBN:
0978617630
Author:
Philip Pelletier,Verne Lindner
Category:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language:
English
Publisher:
One World Musical Books; Har/Com edition (October 14, 2008)
Pages:
38 pages
EPUB book:
1922 kb
FB2 book:
1502 kb
DJVU:
1500 kb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
391


One Night in Frogtown book. Philip Pelletier, Verne Lindner (Illustrator). Frogtown features killer Portland performers.

One Night in Frogtown book. May 23, 2012 Shilo rated it it was amazing. My kids love this book. Without the accompanying CD, this is a great book about diversity and fitting in. With the CD you get the added pleasure of great music from several genres that kids will love. I also love that it's written by an Oregonian and the music is from local artists too.

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One Night in Frogtown. Verne Lindner's light-hearted illustrations fit the mood of the story perfectly. ONE NIGHT IN FROGTOWN" A group of tadpoles are snuggled inside their eggs, ready for bed. But they're having trouble getting to sleep because a certain tadpole named Tad is playing his saxophone, and he keeps on playing, until his bubble goes pop! Suddenly free, he swims off to find the "Faraway Music" he has been hearing. Tad comes across three distinct groups of grownup frogs; the "Blues Frogs", the "Classical Frogs", and the "Rap Frogs".

ONE NIGHT IN FROGTOWN" A group of tadpoles are snuggled inside their eggs, ready for bed.

Philip Pelletier - oser/Narrator Philip is the creator of FROGTOWN, the national . One Night in Frogtown" is based on the award-winning children's book about a saxophone playing tadpole who wants to jam with the "Big Frogs.

Philip Pelletier - oser/Narrator Philip is the creator of FROGTOWN, the national award-winning music series. He writes, directs and produces the show, and creates all the video projections. He has won numerous awards as a Writer, Director & Composer, including an Emmy for ABC-TV’s "Rapmatazz", Best Director at the LA Film Festival, Grand Prize at The NY Shorts Fest and a Media Masters Award. Author Philip Pelletier, LaRhonda Steele and other Portland musicians will be in on the Act!

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Written by. Manufacturer: One World Musical Books Release date: 14 October 2008 ISBN-10 : 0978617630 ISBN-13: 9780978617639.

Get Philip Pelletier's contact information, age, background check, white pages, photos, relatives, social .

Get Philip Pelletier's contact information, age, background check, white pages, photos, relatives, social networks, resume & professional records. Composer-director Philip Pelletier and friends present three live performances of his book One Night in Frogtown during ZooLights, Dec. 12-14 at 7 pm at the Oregon Zoos popular frog exhibit

"ONE NIGHT IN FROGTOWN" A group of tadpoles are snuggled inside their eggs, ready for bed. But they're having trouble getting to sleep because a certain tadpole named Tad is playing his saxophone, and he keeps on playing, until his bubble goes pop! Suddenly free, he swims off to find the "Faraway Music" he has been hearing.Tad comes across three distinct groups of grownup frogs; the "Blues Frogs", the "Classical Frogs", and the "Rap Frogs". Tad is welcomed as he plays along with each on his saxophone, but he's rejected when he says he likes other kinds of music too. Tad cannot understand their prejudices against other kinds of music played by different color frogs.Heart-broken, Tad goes off in the rain and expresses his feelings of loneliness in a beautiful song called "Alone". The other frogs hear him and start to join in quietly, for they too know what it is like to feel alone. Tad hears them, and points out that they're playing together instead of apart. The frogs all realize they have more in common than they thought they did, and in a unifying moment they come together for the joyous finale number "Frogtown".
  • Dori
Loved the story, loved the illustrations. My only reason for deducting a star is that the songs were a little too long to hold a young one's attention. This book seems to be out of print as it was hard to find a copy. That is a shame. It should be more readily available.
  • Agamaginn
I like having the CD to follow along with the story.
  • Anarius
This is the second time I purchased this book. It is a great book for kids of all ages. it intorduces them to all forms of music, for jazz to blues using frogs. Really a fun and learning experience. Even the adults enjoy this book and music.
  • BoberMod
Bought this for my 5 year old neice and she just loves it! And so did I when i played it before I gave it to her. It's a nice story about threating people or frogs as equals no matter what their style or tastes are. The music is just GREAT! Also introduces kids to different forms of music at the same time.
  • Mori
Nice artwork, good music. Definitely a cute book for reading time with the little ones. I'm always happy to find a kid's book that I won't get sick of hearing over and over again! Glad I added it to the library.
  • NI_Rak
A joy for children 3-7 years of age.
  • Hulis
Really happy with this product. I work in the education field and this is a great resource to present diversity in a gentle and engaging manner.
The plot is simple about a little frog with a saxophone struggling to fit it with various bands. Pictures were bright and cute. What I loved was the music! It is mature with a nice variation: roughly a blues song, a classical, a rap, a country/folksy(?) , and a jazz, all with a bit of modern fusion of styles. Nice sax play! Kids can follow along with the lyrics. My kids (ages 8 and 5) thought the songs were kind of long, but I enjoyed them and appreciated the talent. According to the back cover, the book is dedicated to teaching kids of all ages about the value of cultural diversity through innovative musical storybooks. The talented musicians are "some of the finest musicians from the Northwest."