The Frog In The Tree is about an outcast frog who has been living in a tree. He thought that others would pick on him because he was different so he instead chose to stay in the tree. The tree tells him that he should go off and see all there is to see, but he doesn’t want to. Then he meets a bird who wants to see where he is from and learn about love. He saved the bird and realizes he is a hero and that he should be at home where he belongs. When he gets home his family is so happy to see him and they were missing him and loving him the whole time he was gone. This book is written all in rhyme which is always impressive!
A cute children’s book with some fun illustrations and a great lesson on how your family loves you no matter how different you may think you are!
I received an e-copy in exchange for this honest review.
About the Book
Reminiscent of The Wind in the Willows, The Frog in the Tree is a journey of discovery for both a frog and a baby crow who help each other overcome their fears and doubts. It is a tale of friendship and bravery and finally a family’s love at the end.
Beautifully illustrated, the lilting storyline will carry the reader from beginning to end in a joyous melody of sight and sound.