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Different Croaks for Different Folks

Different Croaks for Different Folks

Illustrated by:
Hiroko Fujiwara

Some of us learn things in a different way from those around us — do you too? One frog might need a bit of help with counting; another might not know how to behave around other frogs. Other young frogs in this book are easily distracted and get themselves into trouble. But help is at hand: if we think differently about things that we find difficult, we can find our own ways to get better at doing them.

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