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One Frog Can Make a Difference:
Kermit's Guide to Life in the '90s

by Robert P. Riger

ISBN 0671880659 / 9780671880651 / 0-671-88065-9
Publisher Pocket Books
Language English
Edition Softcover
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Book summary

Kermit, everyone's favorite froggy philosopher, shares his "green" tips for a healthier and happier future. With each chapter dedicated to one of his specific theories or a learned piece of worldly advice, Kermie tells it like it is in his own inimitable way. Beginning with "A Frog for All Seasons," he spells out his approach to writing: "It's all kinds of simple: Just don't take yourself too seriously and don't listen to experts (including pigs), and you've pretty much got it." From there he moves on to "Finding the Tadpole Within," "Seven Habits of Highly Effective Frogs," "I'm Okay, You're a Pig," and other humorous takeoffs on recent bestselling titles. Excellent, playful illustrations reveal Kermit in various settings: on the set of a talk show, in the river doing a little fly-fishing (where he's actually fishing for flies), and dolled up as the Frogal Gourmet preparing insect appetizers. While many of the clever literary and pop references may be lost on the little ones, it's entertaining enough to give parents a chuckle and increase their pleasure when reading this book aloud over and over and over again. --Colleen Preston [via]