Picture Books About Frogs

shelved under Children's Books

 

Frog and Toad Are Friends

illustrated by Arnold Lobel

Every child learning to read should have this book and its sequels. The antics, and friendship of sensible Frog and the more scatterbrained Toad are told through simple but funny text and simple drawings, and the books are classics.

 

A Boy, a Dog, and a Frog

illustrated by John D. Fitzgerald

This classic tells a timeless, and funny, story of a boy and his dog finding a frog in the woods. And it tells the story entirely through the pictures, without a single word.

 

Froggy Gets Dressed

by Jonathan London, illustrated by Frank Remkiewicz

In this lighthearted series, the irrepressible Froggy embarks on a new adventure in each book (going to school, baking a cake, learning to swim). He begins with gusto but always forgets a key step or meets an obstacle, all of which is resolved with humor and charm.