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by Shirley & Anna C. Leplar. Isherwood

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ISBN:
0747544794
Author:
Shirley & Anna C. Leplar. Isherwood
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bloomsbury (2000)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1187 kb
FB2 book:
1619 kb
DJVU:
1606 kb
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
158


Illustrator Anna Leplar's joyous watercolors bring the characters to life.

Shirley Isherwood shows young readers that a little imagination can make anything-even a fat, green frog-special and fun. Illustrator Anna Leplar's joyous watercolors bring the characters to life.

by. Isherwood, Shirley. Publication date true. Leplar, Anna, illustrator. When picked to be a frog in the class play, Flora does not like her role until she spies real frogs jumping and sparkling in the pond. Paper of this book made it reflective when scanned.

Flora the Frog is a 2000 Children's picture book by Shirley Isherwood and Anna Leplar

Flora the Frog is a 2000 Children's picture book by Shirley Isherwood and Anna Leplar. and concluded "A story to touch the hearts of all mothers, teachers and child performers.

by Shirley Isherwood illustrated by Anna C. Leplar. She has illustrated a number of books for children, including Flora the Frog, The First Christmas andNoah’s Ark. She lives in Iceland

by Shirley Isherwood illustrated by Anna C. Flora is asked to be a frog in the class play, but she is dismayed. Frogs are green and fat, and she is afraid that everyone will laugh at her. When Flora’s mother and Aunt Jo make a frog costume for her, Flora promptly throws it up into a tree. To make matters worse, she later lies to her mother that all her friends at school liked the costume. Illustrator Anna C. Leplar’s joyous watercolors bring the appealing characters to life. She lives in Iceland.

ANNA C. LEPLAR received her art degree from the Rushkin School of Drawing and Fine Art in Oxford, England and an art education degree from Reykjavik's Art College in Iceland. She has worked as a graphic designer and illustrator for several years. She has illustrated a number of books for children, including HEIDI, LOFTY and NOAH'S ARK. She was born and currently lives in Iceland.

When Flora is chosen to play the part of the frog in her school play she could not be more dissappointed! A frog - eeekk. All her friends get to be great things like foxes and trees! So Flora inadvertently becomes involved in a series of little lies until she discovers that even the most unexpected things have a special value. Then she confesses all and ends up being the most glamorous frog!

Flora is asked to be a frog in the class play, but she is dismayed.

Flora is asked to be a frog in the class play, but she is dismayed. Shirley Isherwood shows young readers that a little imagination can make anything - even a fat, green frog - special and fun. Genre: Children's Fiction. Used availability for Shirley Isherwood's Flora the Frog.

Shirley Isherwood; Anna C Leplar. Specifications. Peachtree Publishers.

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1st ed. by Shirley Isherwood.

My Reading Log. My Lists. 1st ed. Published 2000 by Peachtree in Atlanta. Frogs, Fiction, Internet Archive Wishlist, School stories, Plays, Costume, Juvenile fiction.

  • Tojahn
Likeable watercolor illustrations and story. The book was in good condition and mailed in good time.
I enjoyed the story of a girl who dislikes the costume she is assigned to wear in a school play. It is a heartwarming story and shows how some things are colored by the way you look at them and deal with them. I also liked the name Flora for this character which is odd because it's such an old-fashioned name.
A large part of enjoying reading this book to children was looking at the cozy, enchanting pictures. If you don't like the pictures in a child's book-even as the adult buyer of the book, and the one who reads it, it's no fun. And this book was fun to read.
  • funike
This is a wonderful story about a little girl who was chosen to be a frog in her school play. The problem is that Flora does not want to be a frog because she believes frogs are fat and ugly. Flora's mom makes her a frog costume for the play, but Flora is not interested and throws the costume in a tree. Towards the end of the story, Flora finds a pond that has three frogs in it. The frogs are glistening with their silvery spangles and Flora realizes that frogs are not fat and ugly and decides she wants to sew spangles on her frog costume.