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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Bullfrog is ready to find a spot of his own where he will use his deep, croaking song to attract a mate. On his search Bullfrog is alert for danger but still faces many challenges along the way. Reviewed by the Smithsonian Institution for accuracy, Bullfrog at Magnolia Circle is a fun and informative story with beautifully detailed illustrations.
Bullfrog at Magnolia Circle – a Smithsonian’s Backyard Book
Watch your children have a Bullfrog is ready to find a spot of his own where he will use his deep, croaking song to attract a mate. Watch your children have a blast reading and learning about the animals that live in an American backyard! Hardcover32 pages. Published January 1st by Soundprint first published October 15th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. What is the gist from pages ? Who is the gist on the story? Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Feb 25, Zahava Davis blulfrog it liked it Shelves: Bullfrog at Magnolia Circle is a picture book about 30 pages long with one or two small paragraphs on each page.
The story of the book revolves around one male bullfrog and follows his journey as a new adult frog. It starts out with spring beginning, the bullfrog emerging from the winter, and beautiful imagery of the swampy environment, which vircle accompanied by illustrations that seem like a mix of rich and vivid water color and acrylic.
Throughout the book, the bullfrog goes through all the proc Bullfrog at Magnolia Circle is a picture book about 30 pages long with one or two small paragraphs on each page. Throughout the book, the bullfrog goes through all the processes of finding food, avoiding becoming food to predators, and croaking to find a mates while preparing to fight other males magjolia do so. The vocabulary in the book is full of new words about flogs and their habitat that most students would not know, such as “amphibian,” “bayou,” “crustacean,” “tadpole,” and “tympanum.
Each illustration is a double page spread with vivid colors and unique detail of the bumblebees and their habitat, which adds an extra level of insight to what the life of a bullfrog looks like.
This book is quite diverse in it’s potential classroom use.
Bullfrog at Magnolia Circle – a Smithsonian’s Backyard Book by Deborah Dennard
It would be an excellent book to use during a science section about amphibians, animal reproduction, and various types of animal habitats based around seasons.
But beyond the typical reasoning behind the book, there are many other casual uses for it. A perfect event-based use for this book in the classroom would be if a student found a frog out at recess or down by there creek over the weekend. It would be an interesting classroom experience to read it out loud so the students get a better understanding of the life of a bullfrog. Overall, this book is very enjoyable because it is informative but in a personal story way.
Feb 18, Bullfroh Lawrence rated it liked it Shelves: I thought this book was okay. I did not love it maynolia. The book talked a lot about Bullfrog eating other animals for his meals, as well as almost getting attacked by a bird for her meal. I prefer books that have a happier mood, and this one really focused on survival and doing whatever it takes even if it means eating other animals, even a smaller frog!!
The story line was easy for me to follow about Bullfrog surviving and his mating habits, however, it was not Personal Reaction: The story line was easy for me to follow about Bullfrog surviving and his mating habits, however, it was not something that I cjrcle very interested in myself. Feb 25, Jaylyn rated it really liked it Shelves: Personal Reaction- A fun story about a frog that is trying to find his place and also a soul mate.
Bullfrog at Magnolia Circle by Deborah Dennard – FictionDB
Really great imagery used and a fun display of characters to get a good message across. The frog is funny and also doesn’t let anything get in his way. A great story for K-2nd graders. A story about love and perseverance. This would be a good book to use during Valentine’s day or about love within a community.
The frog goes through a lot of difficult tasks on his journey to fitting in and f Personal Reaction- A fun story about a frog that is trying to find his place and also a soul mate. The frog goes through a lot of difficult tasks on his journey to fitting in and finding his soul mate. The journey shows that he is not willing to give up which is a good trait to have. The vocabulary used is not too difficult and uses onomatopoeia’s. The illustrations use lots of different colors that are appealing to the eye and would make the students realize what type of tasks the frog has to go through to get to his ending goal.
Using a frog is a good way of not making it too serious and it has a little humor to keep the students entertained and engaged. Had to knock off one star for the incompetent editing that allowed “deep base voice” on page 27 while page 31 correctly has cirfle bass chorus fills the air”. Katie Fitzgerald rated it it was ok May 06, Lauren Piechota rated it liked it Feb 27, Chukwuezugo Aluka rated it it was amazing Dec 24, Nidhi rated it really liked it Dec 03, Cammy rated it liked it Jan 06, Kathleen Mahaney rated it liked it Dec 09, Kayla rated it really liked it Oct 22, Bridgett rated it really liked it Jan 21, Didi Washburn rated it really liked it May 05, Jenny magnloia it really liked it Oct 04, Gracie rated it really liked it Mar 01, Emily Mashburn rated it really liked it May 22, Hope rated it it was amazing Dec 03, Pinky rated it liked it Aug 16, Amy rated it liked it Mar 15, Janet DeStefano rated it liked it Aug 01, Beverly rated it really liked it Nov 05, Gloria rated it really liked it Jul 10, Mark rated it liked it Feb 15, Amy rated it it was amazing Jun 28, Ruby rated it it was amazing Dec 15, Sue rated it it was amazing Jan 03, Deimos Park added it Jul 24, Pam Pierce marked it as to-read Feb 11, D marked it as to-read Oct 24, Maggie Nieder added it Jan 01, Community District Library added it Jul 08, Nairoby Sanchez marked it as to-read Nov 25, Margaret added it Jan 17, Sararollings added it Jan 27, Leigh added it Sep 15, Sally Hills added it Jul 16, Bookbarn added it Sep 14, Rashaun Lockhart marked it as to-read Mar 28, Lauren Slomski marked it as to-read Jul 06, Marcia Knowles marked it magno,ia to-read Jan 23, Kelli marked it as to-read Apr 27, Erica added it May 22, Debra marked it as to-read Jun 20, Avery marked it as to-read Sep 29, Lisa Conarroe added it Oct 27, Monica Dahlquist added it Nov 03, LaShaun marked it as to-read Nov 09, Dolores Natal marked it as to-read Nov 17, Luzia marked buolfrog as to-read Jan 10,