If I Can't Eat Flies, What Am I? / Written by Alicia J. Pfaff ; Illustrated by Paula M. Zelienka.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Bangor Public Library||E PFA (Text)||75011000349511||Easy||Checked Out||03/26/2021|
- ISBN: 9781735989907
- Physical Description: 44 pages; Hardback.
- Copyright: Ali Joy Press; 1st edition February 9, 2021.
A young frog who is allergic to flies believes he doesn't belong. Will running away help him find his way back home?Tad is sad because he's allergic to flies. Since everyone knows that's what frogs eat, he's sure he must be another kind of animal. So, the unhappy hopper heads out into the wide world to find out what he might be instead.As he travels around the pond meeting a young duck, raccoon brothers, and a friendly cow, his efforts to find a place where he belongs just have him feeling even more lost. Then, the frustrated little guy meets a magnificent medic bee who gives Tad all the information he needs to change his perspective.Will Tad realize he's still a fabulous frog, no matter what he eats?
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