Thursday, September 19, 2013

Review: Little Green by Arnold Rudnick

Little Green Frog hops out of the swamp, asking "Isn't it possible?" on his search for a way to be special.

We received this book to give an honest review.

My son loved this book, as soon as it came in the mail he wanted to read it as soon as possible. This is a perfect book I would say for ages 5 and up since they can understand what is going on within the book. Little Green is told anything is possible but yet, when he doesn't have certain things such as wings, or hooves he gets told that then it isn't possible. Little Green has to learn that he shouldn't have to change himself, to be able to do something. The moral of this story is a great one, one that I think kids to should really learn.
The illustrations are great and colorful, something that my son really liked to look at. And it does have a bit of rhyming to it which I thought was awesome. This is a book we are going to keep on our shelves to read again.

About the author:
ARNOLD RUDNICK has written for many television shows, including THE FRESH PRINCE OF BEL-AIR, STAR TREK: VOYAGER and THE NEW ADDAMS FAMILY.
ESPete: Sixth Grade Sense is his first book for young adult readers. He began writing ESPete after several years as a PTA Board Member and numerous visits to school book fairs. In addition to writing, Arnold works in school administration. He and his wife and children live in Los Angeles, California.
Arnold's second book, Little Greenis a picture book for children ages 2-8 about a little frog who wants to be special. It is scheduled to be released in Fraugust 2012.
Arnold is a member of:
California Readers
Rhine Research Center
Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators
Writers Guild of America, West
Writers Guild of Canada

For information on author visits and school fundraising opportunities, e-mail

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