"Still, children will delight in the idea—as well as the general visual hyperactivity in the art and the text's rollicking cadences, which, when read aloud a number of times, could make for a rousing chant-along. (Picture book. 5-7)"
Going one-up on such solitary malfeasants as the wolf-suited Max and Rosemary Wells's Noisy Nora, here no fewer than 170 frogs in human dress tumble, dash, skate and sail across the pages, "Smelling yucky.
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