Frog and Toad All Year (I Can Read Book 2) by Arnold Lobel

By Arnold Lobel

Buddies all yr. In wintry weather, spring, summer time, and fall, Frog and Toad are constantly jointly. here's a clever and beautiful tale for every seasonof the year-and one for Christmas, too.

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39 Frog took a rake out of the garden shed. 40 Toad looked out of his window. “These messy leaves have covered everything,” said Toad. He took a rake out of the closet. “I will run over to Frog’s house. I will rake all of his leaves. ” 41 Frog ran through the woods so that Toad would not see him. Toad ran through the high grass so that Frog would not see him. 42 Frog came to Toad’s house. He looked in the window. “Good,” said Frog. “Toad is out. ” Toad got to Frog’s house. He looked in the window.

He bought two big ice-cream cones. 28 Toad licked one of the cones. ” 29 Toad walked along the path. A large, soft drop of chocolate ice cream slipped down his arm. “This ice cream is melting in the sun,” said Toad. Toad walked faster. Many drops of melting ice cream flew through the air. They fell down on Toad’s head. ” he cried. 30 More and more of the ice cream was melting. It dripped down on Toad’s jacket. It splattered on his pants and on his feet. ” cried Toad. ” 31 Frog sat by the pond waiting for Toad.

Toad is out. ” Toad got to Frog’s house. He looked in the window. “Good,” said Toad. “Frog is not home. ” 43 Frog worked hard. He raked the leaves into a pile. Soon Toad’s lawn was clean. Frog picked up his rake and started home. Toad pushed and pulled on the rake. He raked the leaves into a pile. Soon there was not a single leaf in Frog’s front yard. Toad took his rake and started home. 44 A wind came. It blew across the land. The pile of leaves that Frog had raked for Toad blew everywhere. The pile of leaves that Toad had raked for Frog blew everywhere.

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