Title: Froggy is the Best
Author: Jonathan London
Illustrator: Frank Remkiewicz
Publisher: Penguin Young Readers
Summary: Froggy woke up feeling great. “I am the best!” he shouted. But Froggy didn’t know what he was best at. After breakfast, he sat under the table thinking. He couldn’t think of a single thing he was the best at. Then he thought of something. He bumped his head getting out from under the table and went to the pond where he knew he was the best at zapping flies.
Literary Merit: Familiar character. Short chapters. Kid-relatable problem. Funny. Onomatopoeia
Kid Appeal: Kids who love Froggy, will love reading this for themselves. The funny sounds and the funny frog will have them laughing.
Disclaimer: This book was nominated for the 2015 CYBILS Award in the Easy Reader category. This review is shared as part of the Round One Judging. It is solely my own opinion and not influenced by any other parties.