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The Case Of The Frog-Jumping Contest

por James Preller

Séries: Jigsaw Jones (27)

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Jigsaw Jones investigates when the champion frog in a frog-jumping contest mysteriously disappears.
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
I really enjoyed reading this book. I thought that it was very funny, and I often found myself laughing while reading. I particularly liked the fact that that it had pictures included throughout the text. Many of the pictures were signs or drawings that the reader must look at and sometimes read in order to continue understanding the story. I also liked the fact that this book used a lot of short sentences that young readers can read easily and understand. For example, the author would write out sounds like “Yeesh.” or put emphasis on previous sentences saying, “Or, like, ever.” This breaks up the writing a bit and keeps children engaged in reading. Although this book is fiction, it also provides readers with some accurate information on frogs. While Jigsaw is investigating, he learns, for instance, the difference between frogs and toads and how to “think like a frog.” Also, I think that this book is relatable for kids. When I was young, I used to love reading children’s mystery books similar to this because I wanted my life to be like the lives of the children in the books. I thought it was cool that children could solve mysteries, and it made me more interested in reading. Finally, I do not believe that this book has a central message per se. It is just a fun book to get children engaged in higher-level reading and make the transition from picture books to chapter books.
  JessicaSparacino | Apr 12, 2016 |
I really enjoyed reading this book. I thought that it was very funny, and I often found myself laughing while reading. I particularly liked the fact that that it had pictures included throughout the text. Unlike other transitional chapter books, these pictures were not only page-long illustrations to go along with the story. Many of the pictures were signs or drawings that the reader must look at and sometimes read in order to continue understanding the story. I also liked the fact that this book used a lot of short sentences that young readers can read easily and understand. For example, the author would write out sounds like “Yeesh.” or put emphasis on previous sentences saying, “Or, like, ever.” This breaks up the writing a bit and keeps children engaged in reading. Although this book is fiction, it also provides readers with some accurate information on frogs. While Jigsaw is investigating, he learns, for instance, the difference between frogs and toads and how to “think like a frog.” Also, I think that this book is relatable for kids. When I was young, I used to love reading children’s mystery books similar to this because I wanted my life to be like the lives of the children in the books. I thought it was cool that children could solve mysteries, and it made me more interested in reading. Finally, I do not believe that this book has a central message per se. It is just a fun book to get children engaged in higher-level reading and make the transition from picture books to chapter books. ( )
  kfield9 | Mar 18, 2014 |
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