A group of ten frogs sit on a log, when a shooting star passes overhead. Each makes a wish and is magically transformed into a playful, fun version of themselves. One by one each hops off the log to enjoy a different kind of adventure. 10 Little Frogs is a rhyming, counting picture book that leaps off the page with each ribbit-ribbit-ribbit.
**You can find 10 Little Frogs on Amazon.**
(Disclaimer: I received a free digital copy of this book from Blackberry Book Tours for review purposes. All opinions in this review are my own and are honest and unbiased.)
10 Little Frogs by
Jason Travis was a wonderful picture book that was especially enjoyable to read aloud because of
the delightful verse it's written in. I loved the wholesome humor in it and the
colorful, eye-catching illustrations by Shawn Michael Travis. There's a lot to
see on every page, which makes it all the more entertaining. It's one of those
books that you'll probably find something new to enjoy every time you open it
up. I had fun searching for the turtle and squirrel throughout the book. I
really love it when children's books have additional activities such as that, but more importantly, this book can help children learn to count and
subtract. Had I read this as a child, it would have helped make math more fun
for me. Even as an adult, I adored this story. Five stars all the way!
Jason and Shawn are brothers, born, raised, and still residing in
Pittsburgh, PA. 10 Little frogs is their first adventure in children's
literature, and hopefully the first of many fun books to come.
Jason has always enjoyed writing. From short stories to poetry, it's always been a passion. He gives a lot of credit to his parents for that passion growing up—they were always reading to him or making up stories at bedtime. When he and his wife, Lori, welcomed their daughter, Kathryn, into the world in 2016, that same tradition of storytelling continued. It's what ultimately inspired him to write 10 Little Frogs, as the dedication in the book illustrates. You can connect with Jason on Twitter.
Shawn is a self-taught artist. Drawing is something Shawn
picked up during his college days. A fan of the show Bob's Burgers, and a
lover of animals, the dog in the book is based on Shawn's best buddy,