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by Mercer Mayer

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ISBN:
0803726953
Author:
Mercer Mayer
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dial (June 3, 1985)
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Rating:
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I particularily like these for use in a writing station

Open almost any of the award-winning books, and out may pop dragons, cuddly monsters, wonderful creatures, and endearing critters. Most of my books are about things that happened to me when I was a little kid," says Mercer. I particularily like these for use in a writing station. I am a second grade teacher and I have relunctant writers and using wordless picture books allows me to get them to write.

32 unnumbered pages : 15 cm. On a walk in the park with his friends, Frog decides to do some exploring on his own. "A Pied Piper book. I ask only once a year: please help the Internet Archive today.

Frog on his own. by. Mayer, Mercer, 1943-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by loader-ElisaR on February 18, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

This is a list of the works of Mercer Mayer. The following is a partial list of books that Mercer Mayer has written and/or illustrated. It also includes books and items that are related to Mercer Mayer and his creations (like coloring books, sticker books, lacing cards, toys, et. Little Critter is an anthropomorphic character created by Mercer Mayer.

About Frog on His Own. Following the re-release of the first three books in this beloved series, here are the final three .

A Boy, a Dog, and a Frog, the first book in this series, launched Mercer Mayer’s distinguished career over twenty-five years ago, and also helped to create the wordless picture book genre.

In this book a boy goes to the park with his pet dog and frog, leaves the frog alond to find whatever trouble he ca. Great picture book! Published by Thriftbooks

In this book a boy goes to the park with his pet dog and frog, leaves the frog alond to find whatever trouble he can. The frog flicks out his tongue to catch an insect, which turns out to be a bee. He disturbs a young couple's picnic, sinks a young boy's toy boat (retrieved by his annoyed mother), and joins a baby in its crib (swiping a sip of its bottle). Great picture book! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 10 years ago. I love all of these Mercer Mayer books! No words-not necessary with all the expressions he uses. good teaching aid for autistic children.

Frog on His Own book. Mercer Mayer is probably best known for his Little Critter Books. Back when I was a child he had a delightful picture book series featuring a boy, a dog and a frog. At our most recent trip to the library, Harriet found a reissued copy of one of these, Frog on His Own and was immediately drawn to it. The boy and his dog are in a park with the f December at Puss Reboots seems to be turning out to be Mercer Mayer month.

A Boy, a Dog, and a Frog, the first book in this series, launched Mercer Mayer's distinguished career over twenty-five years ago, and also helped to create the wordless picture book genre. Readers will want to collect the entire set. show more.

Пользовательский отзыв - lindajcw - Overstock. Cute books bought for grandkids. Sister had this set when she was a child.

Please remember this book is vintage, shows its age, needs to be cleaned, has nt/rip/tear areas, there is something blue on the back cover, was previously owned, and used. Please see photos for condition. helping sellers understand their audience. showing relevant, targeted ads on and off Etsy.

  • Vizuru
I loved these books growing up. Each time I opened the book I could make new stories and discover new details I hadn't seen the time before. This book, as well as other wordless children's books, have been great tools in assisting our autistic son to use correct usage of speech. It enables him to learn discriptive words and sequence of events while he tells us the story from his perspective. In addition the illustrator uses excellent skill in portraying emotion in the animals and child. This also helps my child learn about cause and effect that create certain emotions. I think this illustrated book is the benchmark for other picture books to follow.
  • Mr_Mix
No words in this "frog" series....but these books are truly delightful. As an adult I chuckle to myself. Since the pictures/artwork is reasonably detailed, a small child has to take the time to see the details - mainly the facial expressions of the characters <again, these are very funny>. A child can narrate the story as you go one page at a time. I bought this series years ago for my daughters and I am now purchasing them again for my grand-daughters. Gotta love them :-)
  • Brol
This is a wordless picture book that involves an adventure of a frog and a boy. Mercer Mayer has several wordless picture books in this series and my favorite is Frog Goes to Dinner. I particularily like these for use in a writing station. I am a second grade teacher and I have relunctant writers and using wordless picture books allows me to get them to write. Students can start out short and then expand on their stories by adding adjectives and adverbs. It also helps me to assess vocabulary of my students. I use these books to have students "read" to me so they can understand and practice fluency. Delightful books!
  • Goktilar
This series, evocative pictures with no words, are the best thing ever for kids who can read, or not. They love these books for MANY years and it is fun to "tell" them the story, or have them "tell" it to you or themselves. It was the first book my grandspn, at age 1 1/2, LOVED, and picked every time, to "read". When I bought him the whole series, he loved them. (My sons also loved them, and saved them!) Mercer Meyer, of course, is a genius. All kids love the Frog series!
  • Iaiastta
I first gave these books to my nephew 35 years ago, then a few years later got them for my own children, and just bought them again for my granddaughter - the illustrations are marvelous and it's so much fun to have a small child tell me the story as they view the pictures - no wrong way for them to create the story based on the wonderful pictures - these books are timeless treasures !
  • Rich Vulture
Timeless drawings, and perfect book for beginning readers (as there are no words) and really gets them into the story that they are able to narrate.
  • Grarana
I love this book and it arrived in perfect condition.
The books from this series are always my daughter's first choice at reading time. They we're recommended by my sister, whose three boys enjoyed them when they were young decades ago.