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Too Many Frogs!

Too Many Frogs Nana Quimby has a problem She wants to bake a cake but it seems her cellar is filled with water Too much water Nana puts a call in to the plumber who makes a house call After the plumber leaves and

  • Title: Too Many Frogs!
  • Author: Ann Hassett John Hassett
  • ISBN: 9780547362991
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Nana Quimby has a problem She wants to bake a cake, but it seems her cellar is filled with water Too much water Nana puts a call in to the plumber, who makes a house call After the plumber leaves and the water is gone, with just one thump, Nana Quimby has an even bigger problem TOO MANY FROGS First one frog comes from the basement Then ten frogs Then twenty, thirtyNana Quimby has a problem She wants to bake a cake, but it seems her cellar is filled with water Too much water Nana puts a call in to the plumber, who makes a house call After the plumber leaves and the water is gone, with just one thump, Nana Quimby has an even bigger problem TOO MANY FROGS First one frog comes from the basement Then ten frogs Then twenty, thirty, then Nana Quimby goes about her cake making business But the thumping, bumping, banging, bonking frogs become too much to ignore With the help of some clever neighborhood kids, will Nana Quimby be able to solve her problem and enjoy her cake in peace and quiet CROAK

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    1. I loved all the little froggy eyes peeping up from all the full-things-of-water, and all the foggy legs stretched out for extra big jumpings across the floor. I liked that the book is set on a city street, and that you could see the kids Nana Quimby talked to out on the street through the window. Not quite four stars because: I was waiting for the cake she was baking to be part of the solution, and it wasn't (I know, extremely subjective criticism); and Nana's cries of "Too many frogs," felt out [...]

    2. I enjoyed the full circle of the story as well. The illustrations get across the quaintness of Nana Quimby while harkening visual similarities to the "The Green Frogs: A Korean Foltale". For some reason a multitude of little green creatures with buggy eyes is aesthecically pleasing. I like it here, I liked it in "999 Tadpoles", and in the folktale.

    3. Nana Quimby is back, but this time she isn't having trouble with cats but frogs! This is sort of a prediction story (can you guess how many frogs are going to show up next or where she'll put them?), which are okay, but not necessarily my favorite. However, it turns out to also be a circular story which I hate. As a mystery reader and problem solver type of person I like to have conclusions and for the problem to be solved, not back to the beginning, so if you want a book you can just keep re-re [...]

    4. Well, okay. I was hoping for a sneaky little ending, like if she went to the window and shouted "Too many frogs!" like she always does, but then someone responds, "Then MOVE!" and she does. THAT would have been lovely. But instead she shoves them in her basement. Oops, spoilers. Anyway, don't bother.

    5. The problem starts as Nana Quimby is preparing a cake. A plumber makes sure her cellar is no longer filled with water, and after that, frogs come looking for water. First, ten frogs hop through the cellar door, then twenty, then thirty, forty, fifty, and even more. Each time, she rushes to the window and yells for help. Passersby suggest that she use a goldfish bowl, cups, and finally, the bathtub to contain the ever-increasing numbers of amphibians entering the house. Eventually, she solves the [...]

    6. Fun paired as intro with non-fiction frog titles. Students picked up on the counting by 10s pretty quickly, though the jump from 50 to 100 then higher shook up their world a little ;p. with an Activeboard or a document camera, it is great fun to zoom in and have the listeners notice the foreshadowing (frog hidden in water when Nana calls the plumber) and the stories happening in the background through the windows (figuring out that the boy running fast probably wasn't late for his violin lesson, [...]

    7. I read this because I was looking for a good frog book to give to my nephew for Christmas. This book certainly has a lot of frogs in it! Nana Quimby is baking a cake--or, at least, trying to. The first interruption leads her to discover that her basement is flooded, so she has to get that pumped out. However, that leads to repeated knocks on her cellar door as more and more frogs hop into her kitchen. What to do with all of them? Children outside call out solutions to her, and poor Nana Quimby t [...]

    8. Nana Quimby is baking a cake but gets interrupted when her cellar floods. She calls for help out the window and someone tells her to call a plumber. She does and that solves the problem. As she continues to work on her cake, she hears thumps and bumps and bangs coming from the cellar. Each time it's more and more frogs. Each time she calls for help out the window and someone suggests different places she can put the frogs, in the sink, bathtub, washing machine, pots and pans, cups and bowls. Soo [...]

    9. Nana Quimby was baking a cake when a frog invasion begins. With each new round of frogs, she calls out the window and children tell her where to put the frogs. The frogs end up in a bowl, drinking glasses, the kitchen sink, the washing machine (my favorite!), and the bathtub. Until Nana Quimby runs out of room. Her frog solution ties in neatly with the cellar flood that begins the story. A fun and predictable sort of story, younger kids will love this as a read aloud. I enjoyed the frogs, especi [...]

    10. The description sounded like a fun picture book but I didn't care for this one. Nana Quimby is baking a cake when she hears water in her cellar and calls in a plumber. After the plumber fixes the problem and leaves, quite a few frogs start showing up, but why? No reason is given for this. And it's not like I feel all picture books need to make sense but the bit about the plumber seemed like it was stuck in there. Personally I felt the illustrations could have been better and the font could have [...]

    11. When Nana Quimby sets out to bake a cake, she is interrupted by 'damp sort of sound coming from the basement.' After the plumber leaves she hears thumping at the basement door. That's when Nana Quimby cries Too Many Frogs! and rushes to the window to plead for help in containing the frogs. Nana gets all sorts of creative and useful suggestions, but the frogs just keep coming. In the end, Nana has to come up with the solution that works the best. Used for "April is National Frog Month!" storytime [...]

    12. A cute story of a little old lady, in the midst of baking a cake, has her cellar flood. After she gets that taken care of, she is inundated by frogs, starting with 10 and then each consecutive time gaining more until she has a million! Every time the frogs come, she yells out the window, "Too many frogs!" and some kind passerby gives her a suggestion on where she might put them. In the end, the cellar gets flooded again, but this time on purpose.Cute, silly illustrations.

    13. My five-year-old son picked this book out from the library this week. This was a fun book -- I loved all the frogs -- but it was also a really weird book. I wasn't sure what the "takeaway" was supposed to be, if there was one. The text kind of just felt like an excuse to draw loads and loads of really great frogs.

    14. Nana Quimby learns a valuable lesson about trying to crowdsource all of her problems. As with True Blood, Orange is the New Black, Scrubs, or Entourage, the supporting cast is far more interesting than the main character(s).(view spoiler)[At least they get cake on the back cover of the book. (hide spoiler)]

    15. Nana Quimby has a problem. She wants to bake a cake, but it seems her cellar is filled with water! Too much water! Nana puts a call in to the plumber, who makes a house call. After the plumber leaves and the water is gone, with just one thump, Nana Quimby has an even bigger problem: TOO MANY FROGS! First one frog comes from the basement. Then ten frogs. Then twenty, thirty

    16. Nana Quimby's problems start when the plumber fixes the issue of water in her cellar. As she bakes a cake, she hears noises and each time, more frogs appear. Not one that I would readaloud but has a classic storytelling edge of coming around full circle. Little frog heads will bring giggles from the audience.

    17. Water in the cellar is the beginning of the problems, and when the plumber fixes the water issue, frogs start appearing and increasing by 10s. OK book, but probably not one I would buy for the library.

    18. Hysterical story about frogs that live in an old woman's basement. At first she puts them in glasses, then her sink, then her bathtub until she has to fill the basement with water to keep all the frogs safe.

    19. So it seems the Hassetts are one-trick-ponies. All their books are (intentionally) repetitive, and this one is just pointless.

    20. Interesting with good cumulative patterns, however there is no reason for the frogs coming at the bit about fixing the basement in the first place seems out of place.

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