Joe on the Go

Joe on the Go It s the Frog family reunion and all of Joe s relatives have gathered together Everybody s having fun everyone except for Joe With so many Frogs around you d think that surely somebody would play wi

  • Title: Joe on the Go
  • Author: Peggy Perry Anderson
  • ISBN: 9780618773312
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Hardcover
  • It s the Frog family reunion, and all of Joe s relatives have gathered together Everybody s having fun everyone except for Joe With so many Frogs around, you d think that surely somebody would play with Joe, but everyone says he s too big, too small, too fast, or too slow No matter where poor Joe turns, all he hears is no until a very special guest arrives someoIt s the Frog family reunion, and all of Joe s relatives have gathered together Everybody s having fun everyone except for Joe With so many Frogs around, you d think that surely somebody would play with Joe, but everyone says he s too big, too small, too fast, or too slow No matter where poor Joe turns, all he hears is no until a very special guest arrives someone with an appreciation for Joe and his boundless energy, someone who even has her own set of wheels.Bright, appealing illustrations feature Joe s mishaps with all kinds of things that go tricycles, skateboards, roller skates, and .

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    1. This is a cute story about a young frog who expresses his frustration because no one will go with him. He is either too fast, too slow, too big or too small. Until Fun illustrations and a story the younger kids will enjoy (and probably relate to!) We've borrowed this one from the library a few times.

    2. I love Green Light Readers. Joe on the Go seems longer and more difficult than the other books on level 1.

    3. megan winter reading 2016, children's book, leveled reader, easy reader, level three, green light readers level 1, first grade, second grade,

    4. (Beginning Reader) A young frog is full of energy, and nobody wants to play with him until Grandma and her wheelchair come along.

    5. Another one the little boy lovesbut you must do fun voices and make funny sounds! The rhyming in the book makes it fun!

    6. My three year old LOVES this book, we have to read it every night, and he's starting to recognize words and is starting to 'insist' on reading this book to me! :-)

    7. Joe wants to be on the go in this early reader. Can he get anyone to play with him? No, no, no. Then he finds that his Grandma has plenty of time for her grandson on the go.

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