When the desires of a dog and a frog coincide, they decide to trade places. Fortunately for them, the dog's owner, Gerald McGilligog, never wears his glasses. The family of McGilligogs is also remiss about their eyesight and the frog, posing as a dog, finds a new home. Whimsical art and tongue-twisting rhyming make this story absolutely delightful.
Reviews: Eye-catching art work as always! And, of course, you are hooked right from the cover. That's not a dog, that's a green FROG. Somebody check the bog to see the dog on the log! What a clever frog - no longer blue and he's learned to "wuf" too. Sooooooooooo happiness is a state of mind and a state of being, and it doesn't hurt to see the world through, if not rose colored glasses, at least softened around the edges, just don't drive that way, please!
Thank you Sally for another charming book and life-lesson the easy way. Also for bringing the kiddo and the parental units together over a BOOK! -- Peace Corp Teacher
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