November 12, 2019

Book Review: Ted the Friendly Frog and Santa Frog

Book Title: Ted the Friendly Frog and Santa FrogAuthor: Scott McCall
Genres: Animals, Adventure, Children, Christmas, Holiday
Publisher: Brown Books Publishing
Publisher Date: 2019-10-01 (32 Pages, Hardcover)
Series: Ted the Friendly Frog #3
'Tis the season with Ted the frog! Ted and his brother Brad are snuggled up by the fire on Christmas Eve, waiting to hear the story of Santa Frog. Their father tells them an incredible tale of the time he met Santa Frog, many years ago, and was gifted a coat to use to stay warm in the winter. When the story is done, Ted and Brad can't wait to see if Santa Frog comes again that night, in a sleigh pulled by nine birds with a sack full of toys for every frog family! See if Ted gets to meet this very special frog in the third book of Scott McCall's Ted the Friendly Frog series, Ted the Friendly Frog and Santa Frog.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of the book from the publisher and for an honesty review
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This book is set during the Christmas season. The family is getting ready for Christmas. Ted's father gets up to tell a story of meeting Santa Frog. As the story is being told, children will get to learn to rhyme some words. The series continues to teach children to read.

Ted and his brother Brad seem excited about Santa Frog. Will they get to meet Santa Frog? What will Santa Frog bring them and how many presents? There is still the meaning behind the story. There seem to be an important meaning behind the story. Though this one will not know until the end of the book. What matters most is that Family Matters.

I got the feeling of The Night before Christmas feeling with this story. As if you read. Though with the teaching of the meaning of Christmas and family being the center of the story. Though that is my thoughts on it.

The author still gets the children to learn to read with the rhyming theme as you read. This is good as this helps with children and good to have parents pick up the series. It does teach lessons and meanings that are important for children to learn.

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