Why Frogs Are Wet by Judy Hawes

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Published by Thomas Y Crowell Co .

Written in English

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  • Frogs,
  • Juvenile literature

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ContributionsDon Madden (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11182415M
ISBN 100690889267
ISBN 109780690889260
OCLC/WorldCa7756968

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Get this from a library. Why frogs are wet. [Judy Hawes; Mary Ann Fraser] -- A brief study of the first creatures on earth to develop voices and an aversion to dry skin.

Frogs can jump thirty times their own body length, catch insects on the wing, and breathe underwater or on land. But they must always keep their skins wet.

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LibraryThing Review User Review - amartin - LibraryThing. WHY FROGS ARE WET is an informational picture book that tells kids all about frogs. Anything a kid might have ever wondered about a frog is discussed in this book.4/5(1).

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Books /5(5). After reading the book and engaging children in a discussion about frogs, focus on a particular aspect of the book each day. Amphibians, Toads, and Frogs. Read the page of the book that describes an amphibian. Develop a language experience chart about amphibians. Then read the next two pages about frogs and toads.

For example, frogs and toads start their early life as eggs deposited in water (or near water), then develop into tadpoles—they must live in water to survive.

At the adult stage, amphibians can either be amphibious (live on land and in the water) or totally aquatic, with some exceptions: For example, some species of frogs live only on land. Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.

Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details *. Why Frogs Are Wet by Judy Hawes (non-fiction) The Nature of Frogs: Amphibians with Attitude by Harry Parson (non-fiction) Resource Site – All About Frogs; Printable Lapbook Templates – available in our free resource library.

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An owl. But when a hungry wolf arrives—a wolf who HATES eating frogs—our hero decides that being himself isn’t. Another reasons why most amphibians live near water is because some of them lay eggs in water.

In the case of frogs the eggs hatch in the water as tadpoles. Water habitats also contain lots of insects and frogs, toads and most other amphibians love to eat insects.

See the comments below for more good answers to this question. Why Frogs Cry In the Rain: A Korean Folktale by Kris Lee. Instead, he went out to the riverbank, rolled in the wet mud and covered his small green body with sticky black mud. On a hot June day, while babysitting the frog family’s new tadpoles, he took the little ones out to the riverbank to play, even though his mother had asked him to.

The Cricket frog (4cm or inches long) can leap 40 times its length in one jump. How big is the biggest and how small is the smallest. The largest frog is the giant or Goliath frog of West Central Africa. It can grow up to more than 1 ft long (30 cm). The largest frog in America is the can grow up to more than 6 inches long.

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out of 5 stars Board book. $ # Froggy Learns to Swim Jonathan London. out of 5 stars Paperback. $ # I Don't Want to Be a Frog Dev Petty. out of 5 stars Paperback. $ # Tuesday David Wiesner. In Dev Petty's I Don't Want to Be a Frog, a frog laments the fact that he is too slimy, filled with bugs, wet, and aspires to be a pig or a rabbit.

He can hop like a rabbit and will settle to eat garbage like a pig anything, but being a frog/5. • Frogs vs. Toads (provided) Copy 2 per page • Frogs by Gail Gibbons • Why Frogs are Wet by Hawes.

Posters • Research Anchor Chart • Schema, New Learning, Misconceptions • KWL. All about Amphibians mini book (9 pages) Copy 2 per page • Schema worksheet • Dig Deeper • Label the parts of a toad • Amphibian fill in the blank 4/5().

- This Pin was discovered by Ellen Elliott. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. The Frog and Fly are the main characters in this story. In five stories the Frog eats the Fly. The last story is the revenge of the Fly.

In diverse context, they have the similar pattern: They communicate with each other, and Frog mainly eat Fly/5. Published on Follow along with Grandma as she reads aloud I DON'T WANT TO BE A FROG.

Frog wants to be anything but a slimy, wet frog. A cat, perhaps. Or a rabbit. An owl. But when a. The Wood Frogs of North America freeze every winter, reanimating in the spring from the glucose and urea that prevent cell collapse.

The Book of Frogs commemorates the diversity and magnificence of all of these creatures, and many more. Six hundred of nature’s most fascinating frog species are displayed, with each entry including a. The Frog Princess by E.D. Baker (fiction book on cd) Why Frogs are Wet by Judy Hawes (non-fiction) The Nature of Frogs: Amphibians with Attitude by Harry Parson (non-fiction) Resource sites: All about frogs Anatomy of a frog - detailed A frog's life cycle - detailed Activities: 1.

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Love frogs-Most frogs feed on little invertebrates on the land and in the water. They play a major role in controlling the population of pests. Frogs will feed on mosquito larvae thus keeping the environment clean and preventing many deadly diseases.

This could be most people’s personal favorite reason to love frogs 😀. Big bullfrogs and tiny spring peepers, vivid tropical frogs and bronze swamp frogs spring from the pages of the book. Kids will learn why frogs can jump so far, what they eat and what eats them, the correct way to handle a frog, and how to recognize frogs by the sounds they make.

And there is some information about toads, too!/5(6). Full Bibliographic Record; Publication information: New York: HarperCollins Publishers, ISBN: (lib.) ISBN: X (pbk.) Language. As an amphibian conservation biologist I am often asked ‘why should be bother saving the frogs?’, to which I often give one of two responses.

The first is a short summary of the benefits of saving frogs and the second is a detailed reply building on those points I usually mention in the first. Why Frogs Are Wet Let\'s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2 by Judy Hawes (Author), Mary Ann Fraser (Illustrator) - [email protected] +91 Why Frogs Are Wet (Let's Read And Find Out Science, Level 2) Click to open expanded view Why Frogs Are Wet (Let's Read And Find Out Science, Level 2) # Softcover Book Brand Name HarperCollins Weight (lbs.) Dimensions " x " x.

Frogs do not do well in a desert unless there is a permanent water supply. They have very thin skin and can quickly dehydrate in the dry desert. They are adapted to moist or wet environments.Budding biologists will take a longer leap with Judy Hawes's new edition of Why Frogs Are Wet ().

(Picture book/nonfiction. ) Usually a naturalist among naturalists, Arnosky (One Whole Day: Wolves, not reviewed, etc.) stumbles with this somewhat careless primer.The tadpoles of some frogs are carnivorous and kill mosquito eggs and larvae.

Globally, hundreds of millions of people are infected by a mosquito borne illness each year resulting in over one million deaths. Frogs also serve as an important food source for many other animals.

A diversity of fish, birds, snakes, mammals, and insects prey upon.

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