Frog Girl

Frog Girl Frogs have been stolen an earthquake rumbles a village is in peril To restore calm to her land a girl must delve beneath the surface of a lake deep into a spirit world What she finds will thrill r

  • Title: Frog Girl
  • Author: Paul Owen Lewis
  • ISBN: 9781582460482
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback
  • Frogs have been stolen, an earthquake rumbles, a village is in peril To restore calm to her land, a girl must delve beneath the surface of a lake, deep into a spirit world What she finds will thrill readers and introduce them to a classic hero s journey.

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    1. I read this book to my students because I am trying to teach them about cultures that are different from their own."Frogs have been stolen, an earthquake rumbles, a village is in peril. To restore calm to her land, a girl must delve beneath the surface of a lake, deep into a spirit world. What she finds will thrill readers and introduce them to a classic hero's journey."

    2. This is a beautiful story based off of Coastal Native American's folktales.I loved the pictures and unique story. It has beautiful artwork and the story is told very creatively. It has some abstract concepts and some pretty difficult metaphors in it so it would probably be the most beneficial for upper elementary. It could spark some great discussion! This book would be pefect to use during a Coastal Native American unit.

    3. 2.5 stars. The story in Frog Girl was a little weird/confusing/disjointed. I had to explain to the children what I thought this story was trying to convey, because it was confusing. A few times my niece remarked, "I don't get it." My nephew wasn't so impressed with the story, either, but boy, those illustrations were just fabulous! At one point he looked at the pictures and breathlessly remarked, "Oh, my gosh!!" They were clearly evocative of Pacific Northwest Native American cultures, and many [...]

    4. I don't know why I didn't like this story as much as Storm Boy, but both are beautiful and excellent stories of the northwest coastal people and their cultures, and both feature, in the final two pages, detailed explanations of the imagery and meanings found in the illustrations and are highly educational as well as magical.This is the story of a chief's daughter who goes to the land of the Frog People where she finds the grandmother weeping bitterly because all of her children have disappeared. [...]

    5. When I read this book, I was awed by the author, Paul Owen Lewis's creative imagination that leaked and squirted out in this bottle of liquid adventure! A Indian tale of a girl who discovers something when trying to save a burning town, I loved this book!

    6. A beautiful children's book. The artwork and the story combine to give children a nice introduction to tribal stories in the pacific northwest, but the book stands on its own, there's no need to look for an excuse to read this book, read it because your children will love it.

    7. This was as an engaging Native American tale that teaches children respect for the world around them. The illustrations are absolutely gorgeous. I'm looking forward to reading Lewis' other work as well.

    8. This is a wonderful book that shows that we are all connected and should respect each other.

    9. Another beautifully illustrated Paul Owen Lewis book. I am a definite fan but I didn't like this one as much as Davy's Dream and Storm Boy, but it is still worth checking out.

    10. I love this story, and the art is beautiful. Moira loved figuring out who the underwater people were, and finding all the hidden symbols in their land.

    11. I've gotta say: Frog Girl was one of the all time best story books of my childhood. I recommend this to everyone who has kids to read to or just wants to read a really good little story. (:

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