Croaky has a nice home deep in the woods with only the best lily pads for a bed. But Croaky dreams of being a star. He’s tired of singing to the same people all the time. He wants to expand his audience. So, when the opportunity to move to the city comes along, he hops along. However, the city isn’t quite what Croaky expected, and he learns a valuable lesson in appreciating what he has.
Croaky will not only entertain toddlers, but also will teach them a lesson in appreciating who they are.
This was my 3 year old daughters first audiobook. It held her attention pretty well. She was able to repeat back to me what she heard in the story. I think she may have engaged better with a higher pitched voice or a little more animated reading but all in all, she seemed to like it.
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This story is good for kids. It will explain that things don't always go according to plan and how we should be content with what we have.
The narrator does a good job of using different voices for the characters and adding some life.
I would enjoy listening to this book with my son while looking at the pictures of a written book.
I was able to listen and review this book for free thanks to the Facebook group "Free Audio books for review"
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