Frog storybooks are part of most children’s bookshelves. These creatures are slimy, harmless, and can live in land and water. The life cycle from tadpoles to frogs is quite interesting for kids.
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Frog books for Toddlers and Preschoolers
If you are looking for some good frog book suggestions for your young one, here are the ones you can use. These books are highly recommended by parents, educators. And above all, LOVED by kids!
Little Green Frog. Meet the little green frog and his friends – duck, fish, turtle, and others. This lift the flap board book full of bright pictures and fun facts. The pages are thick enough for the little hands to lift. Simple texts make this frog book perfect for toddler and preschoolers.
The Wide-Mouthed Frog. A lift-the-flap book with colorful pictures about a wide-mouthed loud frog who loves to brag. But then one day, it meets its match, another wide-mouth animal who loves to eat frogs – the alligator. This simple story is great for a read-aloud.
Jump, Frog, Jump! This frog book is a teacher’s favorite and fun read for a classful of children. The patterned texts are easy to read, making this book an ideal beginner reader book. A fabulous book for toddlers’ and preschoolers’ language development.
The Frog Who Lost His Croak. A fun book about a frog who lost his croak one fine day. And his journey to get it back. With bright illustrations and easy words, this book is suitable for younger kids.
Froggy Goes to Hawaii. This book is part of the popular Froggy series. This time Froggy goes to Hawai. And delights young readers with his lovable antics while swimming, surfing, learning hula. A fun read for preschoolers.
Explore My World Frogs. Let your child learn about the fascinating world of frogs through this book. There is enough information for a curious preschooler to learn about frogs’ life cycle.
Additionally, the pictures are attractive enough to keep younger children hooked for longer. Your child would love the frog sound page that showcases different frogs and the sound they make.
There’s a Hole in the Log. This book is an adaptation of a classic children’s song. Written in rhyming style with repetitive texts and tongue twister words, pretty soon, your child would sing along with you. The pictures are swoon-worthy. A perfect book for classroom or bedtime read-aloud.
Froggy Plays Soccer. This one is part of the popular children’s book series – Froggy. The protagonist frog here is playing in a soccer tournament. However, it is difficult to remember the rules while doing cartwheels, and picking daisies seem more inviting. A hilarious book with funny illustrations.
Freddy the Frogcaster and the Terrible Tornado. Learn all about big storms and other weather disasters in this book with the Frog Freddy – a weather forecaster. The frog character is fun.
The book has some helpful facts about tornados and practical advice on being prepared for bad weather. A book for curious learners.
Red-eyed Tree Frog. How does the red-eyed tree frog survive in the rainforest? What are the dangers, waiting for a frog in the jungle? Your child will learn these and many more about this exotic species – in this frog life cycle and food chain book.
The Frog in the Well. This story narrates one brave frog’s journey to the outer world. A frog always lived in the well. However, the well ran dry. Now, it must venture outside the well to save itself.
Join the journey of the frog in the outside world through meadows, marsh, woods. And meet many animals on the way. A book with a beautiful message about being braving and exploring.
A Frog in the Bog. A children’s rhyming book – this narrates the hilarious story about a frog. The book is engaging, and the illustrations are adorable. The rhyming is repetitive, catchy, and brushes up counting skills. This one is a popular read-aloud book with kids, parents, and educators.
The Frog Alphabet Book. Brush up your alphabet skills with this fabulous frog book. Each page has a frog or amphibian, with names starting from the English alphabet. Humorous texts along with fun facts and beautiful pictures, this book teaches kids about all types of frogs in the simplest possible way.
Activity based frog books
Every parents knows the value of activity books, when stuck indoors or child is bored. Here are some frog activity books for you to keep for such days.
Frog Kids Coloring Book. This coloring book is for your frog-loving child. With 30 pages of frog pictures, this one promises to keep your young one occupied for longer. Your child would have lots of fun coloring smiling frog, sitting on a leaf frog, frog in a cup, a frog fishing, pirate frog, crazy frog, and many more.
A perfect book for toddlers and preschoolers to practice their coloring skills. The fun facts presented on each page about frogs and toads are educational and helps parents be actively involved.
Hoppy Little Frog. Sing along with this interactive frog book. The story is simple with bright, colorful pictures. Children love to press the sound button as and when prompted in the story.
The pages are sturdy to withstand rough handling. The handle makes it easier for younger children to carry the book. This one is popular and must-have for toddlers’ bookshelf.
Short on Time? Books We love
All the above frog books are educational while also being entertaining. The big and bright illustrations are perfect to keep your little one interested for longer. While we love and recommend all the above books, our absolute favorites remain below.
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