Felipe The Frog

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Brand: Mary Smathers

Felipe, a tree frog who doesn't know how to swim, is afraid of the water. His mother insists he take swimming lessons to stay safe in an upcoming storm. Will Felipe ever be comfortable in the water? Will he learn to swim before strong winds blow through his jungle home? Find out in this first book of the bilingual children's series, Tropical Tales.

Felipe, una rana que vive en los árboles y que no sabe nadar, le tiene miedo al agua. Su mamá insiste en que tome lecciones de natación para mantenerse a salvo en una tormenta que se avecina. ¿Se sentirá Felipe alguna vez cómodo en el agua? ¿Aprenderá a nadar antes de que los fuertes vientos azoten su hogar en la jungla? Descúbrelo en este primer libro de la serie infantil bilingüe, Cuentos Tropicales.

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ISBN-13: 9780997855746
Publisher: MKS Publishing
Publication date: 03/18/2022
Series: Tropical Tales , #1
Pages: 34
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.09(d)
Age Range: 3 Months to 7 Years

About the Author

After a full career in education and business, Mary shifted her focus to writing and creativity. In 2016, she published her first work of fiction, Fertile Soil: Stories of the California Dream. Her award-winning, historical fiction novel, In This Land of Plenty, a family saga based on California history, debuted in 2020. Felipe the Frog Learns to Swim is her first children's book and the first story in the bilingual Tropical Tales series. She divides her time between California and Costa Rica, which has inspired the series featuring jungle and ocean animals. More information is available at www.marysmathers.com.

Claudia is a freelance illustrator with an extensive portfolio in all aspects of children's book publishing. She was born in Trento, Italy and has loved books since she was a child. She always wanted to be an artist. She has a degree in Fine Arts with a major in illustration from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California. Claudia has also lived in London and now resides in Auckland, New Zealand with her husband and their two dogs.
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