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Froggy Eats Out [Paperback]

Jonathan London , Frank Remkiewicz
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June 24 2003 Froggy

It's a special occasion, so Froggy and his parents are going to eat dinner in a fancy restaurant. When they arrive at the restaurant, Froggy's mom has a few rules for him: "Be neat, be quiet, and don't put your feet on the table." But it's so hard for Froggy to sit still. He fidgets, he squirms, and he sssllluuuurrrrpppps his spaghetti. Then he spots Frogilina across the restaurant-now it's impossible for Froggy to follow the rules!

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On the occasion of Froggy's parents' anniversary, it's time for the family to head for Chez Yum, a hoity-toity restaurant with tablecloths and flower-filled vases. This means trouble. Froggy only has a few rules to remember--"Be neat, be quiet, and don't put your feet on the table"--but it's absolutely not that simple. Froggy fidgets, shakes salt on his hand and licks it, bangs his spoon on the table, flips his spoon (bonk! oops!), pulls petals off flowers, sucks on sugar cubes (and ice cubes), and then, of course, simply must flop around singing. Just as he's getting down to actually eating, he spies his pretty classmate Frogilina, a guest star from Froggy's First Kiss. This doesn't help matters. As an embarrassed Froggy ducks under the tablecloth, spaghetti and fly sauce goes, well, flying. At that, the whole family gives up and heads to a local diner for burgers and flies. Youngsters will giggle out loud at the oh-so-familiar stunts (and trademark Froggy sound effects) of an irrepressible frog faced with the dreaded Fancy Dinner. This fine addition to the much-loved Froggy series could serve as a lighthearted way to approach table etiquette, but mostly it's just good messy fun. (Ages 3 to 6) --Karin Snelson --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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Fans of Froggy will welcome Froggy Eats Out by Jonathan London, illus. by Frank Remkiewicz, featuring the hero in bow tie, suspenders and spats sized to fit his webbed feet. "Be neat, be quiet, and don't put your feet on the table," reminds Froggy's mom as he enters a fancy restaurant with his parents. This is not easy for Froggy, especially when he notices Frogilina at a nearby table. (Viking, $15.99 32p ages 2-7 ISBN 0-670-89686-1; May)

Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc.

--This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars July 27 2014
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my greatgrand daughters really enjoyed these books
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5.0 out of 5 stars Silly Froggy May 28 2010
In typical `Froggy Fashion' our little hero hops into the lime light full of funny childhood antics. The different sound effects are fun for children to say and the colours in the illustrations are energetic which lends itself to the mood of the book. This is a book most parents can relate to, which makes it fun to read to your own little froggy!
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3.0 out of 5 stars misspelling April 2 2004
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Did anyone else notice the typo in the book? Look for the word "hungry" about halfway through. We've enjoyed the Froggy series, but this is a disappointment.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Maybe not such a good message to send to your kids. March 13 2004
A good story with nice illustrations, but the message it sends is not necessarily a good one to teach little kids when it comes to manners and listening to mom and dad.
Froggy goes to a fancy restaurant with his parents on their anniversary, and he is not on his best behavior! He fidgeted, shook the salt shaker, flipped silverware, and ran around the restaurant. When his spaghetti arrived, he began slurping it noisily. That's when he's seen by Frogilina, the pretty girl frog. Froggy is so discombobulated by seeing her that he accidentally pulls the tablecloth and upsets the spaghetti onto himelf, causing further embarrassment. Froggy's parents then basically say "Oh well," and take him to a burger joint instead.
To me, the book sends mixed messages. On the one hand, it seems the author is saying that it's okay to be a kid. But on the other hand, it seems that Froggy gets away with bad behavior, not only without any repercussions, but he even gets a reward!
For a funny story with a good message, I recommend Big Bad Bunny by Alan Durant and Guy Parker-Rees.
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5.0 out of 5 stars My 2-year old loves this book! April 30 2003
This story tells the tale of the considerable agony that children go through when eating at a fancy restaurant.
While it is true that Froggy misbehaved, it's not true that he wasn't punished. He unknowingly punished himself by enduring the humiliation of his actions in front of Frogilina.
This is a brightly colored and captivating book, my 2-year old loves it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Awww Feb. 28 2003
By Cally
This book is so darn cute. Kids probably love them, and if I were still a youngin' I would like these books.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great book for 3-year olds Jan. 30 2003
By A Customer
This is a great book for my 3-tear old grandson. Some reviewers seem to think that all children's books must teach a lesson, which of course is not true. This book is not intended to teach kids table manners.
It teaches kids a more important lesson: that their family loves them even when they are not perfect. And it can teach adults to lighten up and don't take life so seriously! Enjoy your kids (or grandkids) while you can.
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Before I read this book, I came up with a joke about a department store which I thought was a restaurant. Once I saw the book, I remembered my joke that if you went out to eat at the department store which I thought was a restaurant, everybody would be very hungry(because it's not a restaurant)and started telling the story to my friends with the same material, except in the end of my version, as the family leaves mad at Froggy, they see a billboard for the department store described above, then go to eat there and the consequence is that everybody ends up very hungry(because they try going to eat somewhere that isn't even a restaurant). In other words, my joke about the department store
would be very useful in this story as it would be better than the real ending!
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