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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
It was Ralph the pond frog's birthday, and Billy the tree frog was excited. Billy wanted to give him a scary party. Though Ralph was a pond frog, he and Billy were best friends. Billy invited all their friends to the scary party and worked really hard so that it would be the best party ever. He also had a big surprise for Ralph and when Ralph reached the treehouse, everyone was hiding in their scary costumes. As Billy was taking him to the party, he introduced Ralph to Apple Bob. The apple head frog scared Ralph as he danced and jumped in front of him. Let's read the story to see how the rest of Ralph's scary birthday party went.
Ralph Frog's Scary Birthday Party (Billy The Tree Frog Series) by Pam Hicks is a charming story that will bring a smile to the faces of young readers as they have fun going to Ralph's scary birthday party. The illustrations are bright and colorful and they breathe life into the characters and the story, giving it a good pace and movement. The book also conveys a relevant message to youngsters along with the adventures of Ralph, Billy, and their friends. It is a wonderful storybook to use for read-aloud and storytelling sessions in homes and schools because of its adventurous fun. Books like this are always captivating and appealing because of the message and the manner in which it is conveyed to young readers.