Thursday, July 11, 2013
Little Green by Arnold Rudnick
Little Green Frog hops out of the swamp, asking "Isn't it possible?" on his search for a way to be special.
Little Green is a great book for children who are just learning how to read. It reminds me of the first level I can read books that I loved when I was a kid. Little Green teaches kids an important lesson. No matter what always be yourself. Little Green wants to be a goose, a horse, and a koi fish. However, he doesn’t seem to fit in anywhere. When he hangs out with the other frogs, he finds out that he is a frog. When he acts like a frog, he helps others achieve their dreams of becoming whatever they want to be. I recommend this book for children first grade and older, especially boys.
I give Little Green: 4/5.
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I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. I was in no way compensated for this review.