Operation Frog Effect

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Operation Frog Effect is about a fifth-grade class and an injured frog (who became a class pet) named Kermit. The book is written in journal entries, and each kid has a different way of writing in them. Some write it as a script, some write it to someone, and one does it in pictures. This story has eight different kids with different points of view. This story is about fifth graders Blake (the artist), Henry (the director), Aviva (the honest girl), Kayley (the bully/liar), Kai (the bookworm), Cecilia (the Mexican soccer player), Sharon (the poet) and Emily. They are students in Ms. Graham’s class. Ms.Graham gives the kids challenges that have solutions that require teamwork.

I loved Operation Frog Effect. I read ten chapters the first day because I couldn’t put it down. I love how this book was written. For some reason, I like reading diary entries. I would recommend Operation Frog Effect to kids who are around eleven years old. I loved how Blake’s entries didn’t have many words, but I knew exactly what was happening. I hope there will be a sequel soon.

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Author Sarah Scheerger
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 320 pages
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
Publish Date 2019-02-26
ISBN 9780525644125
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Issue May 2019
Category Tweens


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