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Bestselling author John Davidson presents "Frogs - For Kids – Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers". Beautiful Pictures and easy reading format will help children fall in love with frogs. This is one of over 30 books in the Amazing Animal Books for Young Readers Series.

The series is known as one of the most beautiful on the kindle. The pictures look great even in black and white and are excellent on the full color kindle.
Lots of facts and photos will help your children learn about this wonderful animal. Children are given a well-rounded understanding of frogs: anatomy, feeding habits and behavior.

*** You and your kids will love learning about frogs

Table of Contents

1. Frogs: Fascinating Facts
2. The Frog’s Life Cycle
3. Where do Frogs Live?
4. Hibernation
5. Are Frogs and Toads the Same?
6. What do Frogs Eat?
7. Types of Frogs
8. Poisonous Frogs as Pets
9. Poison Dart Frogs
10. Tree Frogs.

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Fascinating Facts. You will find more about all these facts as you read this book.

1.Frogs belong to the zoological class called Amphibians and are cold-blooded vertebrates.

2. There are about 3,900 different species of frogs, including toads. They are all born with tails but loose them, as they grow.

3. Common species of frogs include the Goliath frog; Darwin's frog; the Northern Leopard frog; the Poison Dart Frog; the Ornate Horned Frog; the Tree frog and the Wood frog.

4. Toads are basically the same as frogs, but they belong to a class called Bufonidae.

5. All frogs have flat heads, bulging eyes and strong hind legs, which are long and adapted for swimming and leaping. In general, frogs prefer a moist environment.

6. Some toads prefer a drier climate. Their legs are usually shorter and are adapted for walking more than leaping. Toads usually have warty, quite rough skins and are often poisonous.
Azure dart frog / Dendrobates azureus

7. Frogs do not need to drink water as they can readily absorb it through their skins.

8. The nose and the eyes of a frog are positioned on the head in such a way that allows it to breathe and see while the rest of its body is submerged under water.

9. There are some frogs which can jump further than 20 times their body length, in one leap.

10. Frogs swallow their food whole. Mostly they eat the meat of bugs and worms. They help humans by getting rid of some pesky disease carriers.

11. The Goliath is the world’s biggest frog. It lives in West Africa in Cameroon. It has a body that can measure more than one foot.

12. The smallest frog on earth used to be the Brazilian Gold frog. (Less than 1cm long). Last year, in 1912, an even smaller, (7mm) perfect frog was found in Papua New Guinea. It has a BIG name: Paedophryne amauensis

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