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The emerald berries —Green, Poppy, author.

Eight-year-old Sophie learns about some special emerald berries that will make the perfect color for a painting she wants to do, so she asks her friend Hattie to go with her to Weedsnag Way, a part of the forest that is ...

Don't worry, bee happy —Burach, Ross, author, illustrator.

Whether it is best friends picture day or the waggle dance, Bumble and Bee buzz around the pond, trying to engage Froggy in their playful activities--even coming up with a terrifying way to cure Froggy's hiccups.

Who let the frogs out? —Dixon, Franklin W., author.

Detective brothers Frank and Joe work to solve a muddy mystery when the spring break Mud Bud Run is canceled due to a frog infestation.

Goat in a boat —Trasler, Janee, author, illustrator.

When Goat appears wearing a raincoat and invites all the animals to go for a boat ride on a sunny day, Dog declines but as heavy rain falls, Dog needs a boat, too.

Bips and roses —Citro, Asia, author.

"Oh no! There's a big problem with the forest roses ... magical roses that are very important because they are the first food for newborn hippogriffs. Can Zoey, Pip, and Sassafras use their science know-how to fix the ma...

Hattie in the spotlight —Green, Poppy, author.

When Hattie Frog learns that Oak Hollow Theater is putting on a play and anyone can audition, she knows it's her time to shine. Sophie is surprised because Hattie is usually so shy! But she supports her friend and helps ...

Froggy's day with Dad —London, Jonathan, 1947-

Froggy and his dad celebrate Father's Day with a game of miniature golf, among other things.

Let's play make bee-lieve —Burach, Ross, author, illustrator.

Bumble and Bee buzz around the pond, playing make believe, and trying to tempt Froggy to participate in their games.

Frog and Toad together —Lobel, Arnold, author.

Five further adventures of two best friends as they share cookies, plant a garden, and test their bravery.

Down by the cool of the pool —Mitton, Tony.

Frog and the other animals have a dancing good time both in and out of the water in the cool of the pool.

I'm on it! —Tsurumi, Andrea, author, illustrator.

"When Frog and Goat turn a simple game into an all-out competition, things get out of hand ... until finally, they're over it"-- Provided by publisher.

It's mine! —Lionni, Leo, 1910-1999.

Three selfish frogs quarrel over who owns their pond and island, until a storm makes them value the benefits of sharing.

Let's bee thankful —Burach, Ross, author, illustrator.

In autumn, Bumble and Bee are excited to paint pumpkins and help Froggy make a special apple pie; but when the weather turns frosty, Froggy decides to find a quiet place to settle in for the winter unless Bumble and Bee ...

Grumplets and pests —Citro, Asia, author.

Zoey and Sassafras are excited to enjoy their summer with their magical friends. But why is everyone so grumpy? A bunch of bad days one after the other lead Zoey to suspect that something more is afoot. It's up to Zoey a...

Rabbit & Robot and Ribbit —Bell, Cece, author.

Rabbit is going to surprise his good friend Robot at home. Robot is surprised. He is already engrossed in a game of checkers with another friend, Ribbit. Now Rabbit is the one who is surprised, and a bit jealous. When Ra...

Frog and Toad storybook favorites —Lobel, Arnold.

"This hardcover treasury includes the complete art and text from four classics: Frog and Toad Are Friends, Frog and Toad Together, Frog and Toad All Year, and Days with Frog and Toad. Share the adventures of best friends...

The Giant Jumperee —Donaldson, Julia, author.

A baby frog scares the other animals.

Forget-Me-Not Lake —Green, Poppy.

Sophie Mouse wants to prove how wonderful mice are for a school project she is doing with her brother, Winston, but starts to have doubts when, even with Hattie and Owen's help, she is unable to learn to swim.

Froggy builds a tree house —London, Jonathan, 1947-

Froggy and his friends build a treehouse, while avoiding help from his little sister, Frogilina.

Frog on a log —Cox, Phil Roxbee.

Even though Frog straps himself to his log he still falls off.

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