Reader's Theatre

Featuring 'Froggy Plays in the Band'

DC Public Library Catalogue link to "Froggy Plays in the Band"Calling all readers!

Please join us in the children's room on Monday, March 31 at 4 p.m. for Reader's Theatre.

Froggy Plays in the Band
 by Jonathon London is the featured piece.
 
Froggy's marching band practices for their debut at the Apple Blossom Parade, hoping to win the big prize.

There are many more Froggy stories!
 
Here are seven more fun and funny ones that you may wish to read.

Curl up, get cozy, and read!

Froggy Builds a Tree House
By Jonathan London
JUV E LONDON
 
Froggy and his friends build a treehouse, while avoiding help from his little sister, Frogilina.
DC Public Library Catalogu Link to "Froggy Builds a Tree House"
Froggy Goes to Hawaii
By Jonathan London
JUV E LONDON
 
When Froggy goes on vacation to Hawaii, he is too excited to pay much attention to his parents.
DC Public Library Catalogue Link to "Froggy Goes to Hawaii" book
Froggy's Best Babysitter
By Jonathan London
JUV E LONDON
 
Froggy wreaks havoc when a new babysitter comes to stay overnight with him and his sister Pollywogilina.
DC Public Library Catalogue Link to "Froggy's Best Babysitter" book
Froggy Goes to Camp
By Jonathan London
JUV E LONDON
 
Froggy goes to a sleep-away camp, where all of his fun seems to cause trouble for the camp's director.
DC Public Library Catalogue Link to "Froggy Goes to Camp" book
Froggy Rides a Bike
By Jonathan London
JUV E LONDON
 
With encouragement from his friends and family, Froggy learns how to ride his shiny new bike.
DC Public Library Catalogue Link to "Froggy Rides a Bike" book
Froggy Plays T-Ball
By Jonathan London
JUV E LONDON
 
Froggy looks forward to playing in his first T-ball game but finds it hard to remember the rules.
DC Public Library Catalogue Link to "Froggy Plays T-Ball" book
Froggy's Sleepover
By Jonathan London
JUV E LONDON
 
Froggy is excited about his first sleepover, but a series of events sends Froggy and Max back and forth between their houses, until it seems they will never fall asleep.
DC Public Library Catalogue Link to "Froggy's Sleepover" book