By Diane Swanson
Some frogs leap and swim, while others hop along the ground. The warty northern cricket frog skips across the surface of a pond in a few leaps. Tree frogs can climb, thanks to their sticky toes. Frogs and toads do so many astonishing things – sing, change colors, and catch insects with their tongues. They make their homes in the tops of trees, beneath the ground and in ponds everywhere. Find out more inside this book.
Includes a table of contents, index, sidebars, and full of extraordinary photography throughout.