Frog and Toad and a Game of Three.

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Dear Readers,
This is a story of friendship, tolerance, and accomplishments.
It sparks a child's imagination. People have been buying this book since 1974.
It has become so expensive, I've published it as an eBook. I hope you enjoy it. More

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Words: 2,160
Language: English
ISBN: 9780986811807
About Ian Hutton

Dear Readers,

I write stories ‘to read to a friend.’

If you are hesitant about reading to a friend,
these little stories will help you, because the
words flow. Easy to hear and easy to say.

The basic elements are honesty, insight,
humour and rhythm.

Watch me perform at: www.ianhutton.com
I know you will laugh - specifically: the two
heads on the left.

References:

‘Frog and Toad and a Game of Three’ - in print,
has risen from $4. to $112. ‘The Wooden Captain’,
from $4. to $89.
To have two collectibles, while alive, is rare.

People from 80+ countries visit my website each month.

I acted with George Clooney in ‘Return of the Killer Tomatoes.’

I write funny, imaginative stories which roll off the tongue.
My words spark; they ignite images. Kids love them.
Plus, I can say, because I know, you will laugh too.

Twenty % goes to my local Food Bank.
Thank you for contributing.

Sincerely,

Ian Hutton

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Reviews

Review by: Anne Macdonald on March 26, 2012 :
This is a great little book about friendship to read aloud. It's whimsical and wise with lots of clever wordplay to entertain. The illustrations are a delightful 'extra' and add to the fun. Frog and Toad and friends are just good old-fashioned company, with their zany little adventures and their ability to make you smile over and over again. I think all ages would enjoy this lovely book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Mike Campbell on Feb. 29, 2012 :
I was really absorbed in this story of a frog, a toad, and a turtle. The frog and toad charactors were delightfully care free, but the turtle was more worrysome. He didnt play a big part in the story of the frog and toad's adventures, which was good. I could see the scenes of the adventures in my mind, which is very important to me when I'm reading, to forget the daily hassles of life. I think kids of all ages, and adults as well, will be taken to a wonderful land of forest, where their imagination can be well exercised
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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