Froggy Eats Out

Written by Jack London • Illustrated by Frank Remkiewicz

Reviewed by Nathaniel G. (age 7)

Do you like silly fiction stories? Because if you do, “Froggy Eats Out” is the book for you! This book is about Froggie's parents anniversary. Froggy and his parents go to a restaurant. Froggy doesn't listen that well. He doesn't have good manners. For example, he banged his spoon on the table and he blew out the candles. He even hopped around restaurant singing… “Be neat. Be quiet and don't put your feet on the table.”

My favorite part is when froggy pulls the tablecloth off the table. The characters are very funny and his dad is a little serious and smart. Mom is very smart, beautiful, and silly because she says, “Who's that pretty girl?” Froggy pulls off the tablecloth because he is very embarrassed and trying to duck under the table.

I love this book. I recommend the book to ages 1 to 10. I wish you have a fun time reading this book!

Nathaniel G. is a student in Ms. Hanlund's 2nd Grade Class
2016-2017