This classic fable from Russia tells the story of two frog sisters with completely different personalities. One frog is known for being adventurous and impulsive, while the other one is lazy and cautious. A Tale of Two Frogs, written by Martha Hamilton and Mitch Weiss, tells the story of how the two frog sisters literally get in over their heads when they fall into a pail of milk and are trapped. They fall into a precarious predicament and must find a way to save themselves. The lazy and cautious frog practically gives up right away while the adventurous and impulsive frog never gives up. In the end they manage to put their noodles together and persevere.
This is the same award-winning creative team who brought you Ghost Catchers and Noodlehead Stories. A Tale of Two Frogs is a folktale that provides valuable life lessons in character values in taking responsibility and being resourceful against all odds. Those that never give up often find themselves handsomely rewarded for their persistence. In the end the lazy frog develops a greater appreciation and newfound respect for her sister's always positive, "it's-not-over-till-it's-over" outlook on life.
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