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Publisher's Summary

Author Jonathan London’s beloved Froggy books have been called “endearingly wry [and] easy to love” by Kirkus Reviews.

Froggy is so excited he can’t believe it. Today is the day that his dad is going to buy him a shiny new bike! But when he arrives home with the new bike, Froggy quickly discovers he doesn’t know how to ride it!

©2006 Jonathan London (P)2006 Recorded Books

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"Fun for all, giggle-getting, rousing read alouds." ( School Library Journal)

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  • Leslie
  • Philadelphia, PA, United States
  • 08-07-13

Froggggy!

What did you like best about Froggy Rides a Bike? What did you like least?

My son enjoys the Frogy series, so we decided to invest in this one, kind of sorry we did.

If you’ve listened to books by Jonathan London before, how does this one compare?

We did not enjoy the narrator in this one, his voice is just too rough for this story. It frightens my son. So it doesn't get alot of play.

What didn’t you like about John McDonough’s performance?

His voice is just to rough and grumbly. Not for this story. It's a bit distracting.

Do you think Froggy Rides a Bike needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Sure. Just get a new narrator.

Any additional comments?

Not really. I'll just be reading the books for now,