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Amazing Animal Tales: Tiny Tadpole

Book Synopsis

Tiny Tadpole is at the start of an amazing transformation. She begins life in the shelter of a hidden rainwater pool, growing and learning alongside her brother – until one day, she starts to change… This heartwarming story about an animal family living in the rainforest has big flaps to open and frog facts to discover. Readers will love interacting with the big non-fiction flaps, where they can find out just how tiny a tadpole is! With a hummingbird to spot on every page. Amazing Animal Tales is an exciting and innovative new series following baby animals’ incredible stories of survival, with big flaps that can be opened to reveal amazing facts. The books can either be enjoyed with the flaps closed, as an engaging narrative story, or with the flaps open as a combined story and non-fiction experience. Also available: Baby Koala, Little Tiger, Baby Owl, Little Monkey, and Baby Polar Bear.

Our Review Panel says...

If your class is studying lifecycles in science this book will really help you. It’s the story of a tiny tadpole who, as the story progresses, slowly transforms in to a frog. It is set in a rainforest so would also suit topics about habitats. The pictures in the book bring the text alive and are full of detail about the animals and the rainforest. The book also has flaps that you can lift up to explore the information further. At the back of the book, for example, one of the folded-out pages tells you about amphibians and looks at different tropical frogs.

This is a fun book and those interested in animals will love it.

Amazing Animal Tales: Tiny Tadpole

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