In this classic grass-is-greener-elsewhere tale, the amphibious Trudy is happy sleeping in a bark-covered tree until one wide leap lands the little tree frog on a young girl's bedroom windowsill. There, she spies the girl's wondrous sleeping quarters and becomes desperate to get out of her scratchy limb bed and onto those fluffy pillows. See what happens when she gets her wish.This rhyming tale will make young readers smile and encourage them to think about slumbering in their own comfy beds. For ages 5 to 8.
Jennifer Keats Curtis, is an award-winning author who is frequently found among students and teachers, talking about literacy and conservation. Laura Jacques is an award-winning artist whose illustrations for children's books and educational products focus on wildlife, nature, and environmental awareness.