The Toad: The Disgusting Critters Series

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This is a “Disgusting Critters” book, but I don’t think the creatures are that disgusting. This one is about the toad. People might think they are disgusting, because they eat their own skin, and it looks like they have warts. They don’t have warts, though; they just blend into their environment. Some toads have mustaches made of spikes. Toads are a kind of frog. This book tells about toad life, like where they live, how they blend in, and what they eat. Toads help the environment by eating pests that eat crops people need to live. People are endangering their environment by cutting down trees and making pollution. The book was funny. I learned new things about toads. There is a pebble toad. When something comes by, it just gets really round and disguises itself as a pebble. I hope this book will help people figure out that toads are good for the environment. I love the illustrations, especially the toad sitting in the toilet. (It’s good for his skin.) People who like other “Disgusting Creatures” books will like this book. It’s full of comedy and facts too. I hope the author writes more books about critters that do good, but people think they are disgusting.

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Author Elise Gravel
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Tundra Books
Publish Date 05-Jul-2016
ISBN 9781770496675
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Issue July 2016
Category Children's


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