The Little Frog With The Bottle Top Hat: A New Home by Dean Vivarelli & Curtis Walker

If you want to teach your children about the environmental and wildlife issues we face today then this is definitely one to add to your list.

When a little boy called Beau spots a frog wearing a blue plastic bottle top as a hat he has no idea that both of their lives are about to change. They strike up a conversation and Beau learns that the frog’s home has been destroyed by pollution. The pond water is littered with plastic bags and bottles, and all of the plants have died.

Beau decides to take his new friend home and together they plant a lovely frangipani in the garden. The frog is so happy with his new home that he invites all of his friends around and soon Beau is surrounded by frogs of all shapes and sizes.

Beau encourages his friends to create new habitats for frogs in each of their gardens but he and the frog with the bottle top hat know that this simply isn’t enough. There are so many frogs out there in need of a home that they couldn’t possibly help them all. Or could they?

This fab story is really timely and helps children understand that they can do small things which make a really big difference to the future of the planet. After reading it Ivy wanted to check our garden to make sure we had ‘froggy house plants’ and she explored every corner looking for frogs.

Twenty percent of profits from the book will be donated to environmental and wildlife conservation efforts so you are doing good things just by buying a copy!

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Disclosure: The author provided us with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

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