Thursday, February 20, 2020

Wee Reads: Freddy the Frogcaster and the Huge Hurricane by Janice Dean

Ever since Finn was born, and even before then, we would read to him. We wanted to show him reading from an early age. Now he loves us to read the same books, over, and over, and over. But it is the sweetest thing, when he likes to pick out a book and climb into our laps. 

Freddy the Frogcaster and the Huge HurricaneFreddy the Frogcaster and the Huge Hurricane by Janice Dean

Freddy the Frogcaster is tracking the weather at Frog News Network when he realizes a huge hurricane is coming! Can the town of Lilypad prepare for the storm in time? Can Freddy report the weather on TV and make sure his family and friends are safe? Fox News Meteorologist Janice Dean "The Weather Machine" continues her beloved Freddy the Frogcaster series in this whirlwind adventure that will leave readers with lasting real-life advice on how to prepare for hurricane season.

Do you like this book?

Yeah because I like the frogs! I want to have a frog. But I'm scared of thunder.

What's your favorite part of the book?

When Freddy is on TV telling people about the storms! He got to help them and make sure they're all safe.

What do you think of the cover?

I like it because of the frog. 

This was such an adorable book about a frog weatherman. Weatherfrog? Anyway. The names were adorable, the artwork was cute, and this book was also very educational. It taught a lot about hurricanes while being fun to read. 
There are a few different booksabout Freddy the Frogcaster and I want to get them all for Finn.
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Janice Dean the Weather Machine is the senior meteorologist at Fox News and serves as the morning meteorologist on Fox and Friends. Janice grew up in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and experienced harsh winter weather there. When she was young she had an interest in how meteorologists do their job to be able to warn people in advance of dangerous weather. But after college, as she began her broadcast career, it was initially in radio as a co-host, reporter and DJ in Ottawa. Janice also worked in radio in both Houston and New York City, including being the news editor and entertainment reporter for Imus in the Morning, which aired on WFAN-AM in New York and was simulcast nationally on MSNBC.

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