Leaps and Bounce



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I spent years getting to know little kids as a children s book and magazine editor at Sesame Workshop, Nick Jr and Scholastic Now I write children s picture books full time Best job ever Recent books include ADA S VIOLIN The Story of the Recycled Orchestra of ParaguayIllustrated by Sally Wern ComportSimon and SchusterDOUBLE TAKE A New Look at OppositesIllustrated by Jay FleckCandlewickComin

<BOOKS> ✮ Leaps and Bounce  Author Susan Hood – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Leaps and Bounce
  • Susan Hood
  • 06 September 2018
  • 9781423152347

10 thoughts on “Leaps and Bounce

  1. says:

    Fun growing up story with rhyming text and fold out pages Sure to be a little one s favorite.

  2. says:

    A great concept beautifully realized This book delivers the facts about the frog life cycle in perfect picture book style The words are fun, designed for read aloud and just right for the preschool set The details about eggs, tadpoles, and adult frogs are woven into the text with sensory words and onomato...

  3. says:

    I liked the random rhyming in this book Normally I don t like randomness like that in a children s book but it works well here I enjoyed the illustrations and the story is easy enough to follow I think there are some concepts that would need a little explanation to younger readers.

  4. says:

    With its lyrical text and a refrain of changes come to all who grow and lively illustrations, this picture book will make for a fun read aloud It follows the life cycles of frogs and has fold out pages to deliver some surprises.

  5. says:

    Rhyming, bouncing text Fold out pages Nonfiction topic frogs Hidden message Perfect.

  6. says:

    A good informational book about frogs Explains and illustrates from tadpole growing to be a matured frog Good rhyme scheme as well.

  7. says:

    It would have been helpful for this book to use scientific terms relating to the life cycle of a frog Without them, the story feels vague and thin The refrain of changes come to all who grow is also not specific enough for young readers to connect with it Another problem is the pages that open into large four panel spreads They make the page turns awkward, especially in the second to last instance, where the phrase going going gone is divided between a spread that must be folded out and a subsequent page where everything needs to be folded back in again in order to keep reading It was cumbersome to read the book to just one child sharing it with a group would be nearly impossible Cordell s artwork is lively and zany, which kids will l...

  8. says:

    One of the first sounds signaling a shift in the seasons is the raised voices of spring peepers When their symphony shatters the night s silence, it s a song of renewal As nature s alarm system their vigilance is unparalleled As soon as an intruder is noticed their chorus stops Their coloring keeps them very well camouflaged among the forests and nearby wetlands If you are fortunate, remain still and quiet for a long time, you may have some of them as youngsters, or one of their relatives, swim about your hands, feet or legs in a nearby pond Leaps And Bounce A Growing Up Story Disney Hyperion, March 15, 2015 written by Susan Hood with illustrations by Matthew Cordell is another spirited collaboration by the duo who brought us Rooting For You A Moving Up Story For readers enjoyment we...

  9. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this informative and educational picture book about the life cycle of frogs This book has the ability to make learning fun and interesting for those who read this book The illustrations help provide a visual support system for the story, enabling the reader to physically see what happens to the frogs as they grow The reader will absolutely want to read this book from start to finish, to see the full and wondrous transformation of the frog Additional note I recently read this book to a group of children during story time and they absolutely loved it The book was made into a sort of guessing game, for the children to...

  10. says:

    Lively text and illustrations pair perfectly with the theme of this book, we change as we grow Hood has used a rhyme of wonderfully active words, curl, unfurl, zipper zappers, whippersnappers and Cordell s illustrations of bubbles turning into tadpoles and ultimately frogs are full of swirls and leaps and pages unfolding to visual surprises Green abounds here to add to the joyous mood There s even a bit of counting Good for science, for life cycles, for water animals see...

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