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Books with title Froggy Builds a Tree House

  • Flovely - builds a tree house

    Siegfried Freudenfels

    language (BookRix, Dec. 10, 2018)
    "Flovely Builds a Treehouse" is a free children's book for kids from three to ten. This lovingly written children's book is great for reading aloud and makes a fine bedtime story. Flovely and her best friends Flirty decide to build a treehouse high up in the big gold oak at their rabbit friends'place. Together the friends plan the project, collect the building material and realize their big dream. Many dear friends like Beaver Bernd or Spuki the Woodpecker help the buidlers to make their plan come true. In the sensitive and cheerful way already known to the readers the author tells the adventurous children's story of the construction of a wonderful treehouse. Positive character traits like team work and helpfulness are themes in this children's book developed by experienced educators and are conveyed to the children playfully.
  • Froggy Builds a Tree House

    Jonathan London

    Paperback (Puffin Books, April 4, 2013)
    Froggy and his friends are building a treehouse-with a lot of help from Dad. Their plans don't include Frogilina though, "Boys Only!" says Froggy. But in the end, it's Frogilina who saves the day and joins the treehouse gang. Lovable Froggy returns in his 22nd laugh-out-loud adventure.
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  • Froggy Builds a Tree House

    Jonathan London, Frank Remkiewicz

    eBook (Puffin Books, Oct. 13, 2011)
    Froggy and his friends are building a treehouse-with a lot of help from Dad. Their plans don't include Frogilina though, "Boys Only!" says Froggy. But in the end, it's Frogilina who saves the day and joins the treehouse gang. Lovable Froggy returns in his 22nd laugh-out-loud adventure.
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  • Froggy Builds A Tree House

    Jonathan London

    Library Binding (Turtleback, April 4, 2013)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY.
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  • Froggy Builds a Tree House

    Jonathan London, Frank Remkiewicz

    Hardcover (Viking Books for Young Readers, Oct. 13, 2011)
    When Froggy and his pals decide to build a tree house (with lots of help from Dad), their plans don't include inviting Frogilina to hang out there for pizza parties. "Boys only!" says Froggy. But things don't go as planned for lovable but trouble-prone Froggy, and in the end, it's Frogilina who saves the day-and the pizza!
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  • Froggy Builds A Tree House

    Jonathan London

    Paperback (Scholastic, Jan. 1, 2011)
    Froggy and his friends are building a treehouse-with a lot of help from Dad. Their plans don't include Frogilina though, "Boys Only!" says Froggy. But in the end, it's Frogilina who saves the day and joins the treehouse gang. Lovable Froggy returns in his 22nd laugh-out-loud adventure.
  • Froggy Builds a Tree House

    Frank Remkiewicz Jonathan London

    Hardcover (Turtleback Books, Aug. 16, 2013)
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  • Bosley Builds a Tree House

    Tim Johnson, Ozzy Esha, Daniela Jakwerth

    language (The Language Bear, Nov. 1, 2013)
    Bosley Bear teams up with his forest friends on this heart-warming adventure, working together to building a tree house. Learn new German words and phrases while enjoying a beautifully illustrated, fun, wholesome bedtime story with characters that any child will love.
  • Froggy Builds a Tree House

    JonathanLondon

    Hardcover (VikingChildren'sBooks, Oct. 31, 2011)
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  • Bosley Builds a Tree House

    Tim Johnson, Ozzy Esha, Ines Rodrigues

    eBook (The Language Bear, Nov. 6, 2013)
    Dual Language Children's Book Designed to Teach!Bosley Bear teams up with his forest friends on this heart-warming adventure of helping each other build an incredible tree house. Encourage themes of teamwork, success and friendship as you teach your child new Portuguese words and phrases and enjoy a beautifully illustrated, fun, wholesome bedtime story with characters that any child will love.Self-guided language learning:Line-by-line translationsLabelled illustrationsHighlighted vocabularySimple, useful sentencesIt's never too early to start reading bilingual books!
  • Bosley Builds a Tree House

    Tim Johnson, Ozzy Esha, Daniela Jakwerth

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Oct. 23, 2013)
    Dual Language Children's Book Designed to Teach! Bosley Bear teams up with his forest friends on this heart-warming adventure of helping each other build an incredible tree house. Encourage themes of teamwork, success and friendship as you teach your child new German words and phrases and enjoy a beautifully illustrated, fun, wholesome bedtime story with characters that any child will love. Self-guided language learning: Line-by-line translations Labelled illustrations Highlighted vocabulary Simple, useful sentences Line-by-line translations: "Fox pulled the rope. -- Fuchs zog am Seil. Racoon carried the boards. -- Waschb盲r trug die Bretter. Rabbit made sure everything was sturdy. -- Hase stellte sicher, dass alles fest war. And owl added the final details. -- Und Eule f眉gte zum Schluss Verzierungen hinzu." It's never too early to start reading bilingual books!
  • Bosley Builds a Tree House

    Tim Johnson, Ozzy Esha, Bel茅n Ord贸帽ez Marviz贸n

    eBook (The Language Bear, Nov. 6, 2013)
    Dual Language Children's Book Designed to Teach!Bosley Bear teams up with his forest friends on this heart-warming adventure of helping each other build an incredible tree house. Encourage themes of teamwork, success and friendship as you teach your child new Spanish words and phrases and enjoy a beautifully illustrated, fun, wholesome bedtime story with characters that any child will love. Self-guided language learning:Line-by-line translationsLabelled illustrationsHighlighted vocabularySimple, useful sentencesLine-by-line translations:"Fox pulled the rope. -- Zorro tir贸 de la cuerda.Racoon carried the boards. -- Mapache llev贸 los tablones.Rabbit made sure everything was sturdy. -- Conejo se asegur贸 de que todo fuera robusto.And owl added the final details. -- Y Buh贸 a帽adi贸 los detalles finales.It's never too early to start reading bilingual books!