THE LOG AND ADMIRAL FROG by B. Wiseman

THE LOG AND ADMIRAL FROG

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Two frogs sleepily sitting by the river are terrorized by the snapping jaws of what seemed a harmless floating log. With all the animals in a state of panic, the one strong voice of a little frog shouts the answer to their problem. ""Fight"" is the word! And so under the supervision of Admiral Frog, a navy is organized consisting of turtle ships, bird jets and bombers, fish submarines, beaver engineers and skunk tear gas throwers. The synchronized attack is a victory for the animals and the defeated ""log"" goes floating off, a tribute to the courageous little fellow who with cooperation and spirit can vanquish the most ominous bully.

Pub Date: May 10th, 1961
Publisher: Harper