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Learn about the transformation from frogspawn to frog with this fun, informative picture book, part of the Nature Storybooks series.

What happens when you take an empty fish tank, add some pond water, scoop in some frogspawn ... and wait? Curious young minds will love learning about how frogs grow in this picture book which combines story with information.

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About Vivian French

Vivian French MBE was first published in 1990 and has since published over 270 titles. Together with Lucy Juckes, Vivian founded Picture Hooks in 2013, a project that supports emerging Scottish illustrators....

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About Alison Bartlett

The Author: Malorie Blackman is an established, prize-winning author. She was shortlisted for the Carnegie medal in 1998 and has won the Young Telegraph Children's Book Award (1994) and the WHSmith Mind Boggling Books Award (1994). The illustrator: Alison studied illustratio...

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