Hop to it with Science Comics: Frogs, a new volume of First Second's fan-favorite nonfiction graphic novel series!
With their signature sounds, athletic tongues, and bulging eyes, there’s a lot to love about frogs! But did you know that they soak up air and even liquid through their skin? Or that they use their eyes to swallow food? From tiny tadpoles in water to boisterous bullfrogs on land, the life cycle of these amphibious acrobats is one of the coolest examples of metamorphosis around. So pull up a lily pad and dive in, because the frog facts in this book will truly give you something to croak about!
About the Author
Liz “frog” Prince is a lifelong amphibian-enthusiast who just happens to write and draw comics. Her autobiographical work includes the much lauded works Tomboy: a graphic memoir and Will You Still Love Me If I Wet the Bed?, and a bunch of other stuff that no one seems to care all that much about. She lives in Portland, Maine, with a husband, 2 cats, 2 American toads, and 3 tomato frogs.
"Prince’s devoted investigation of frogs and toads offers effortless education for readers of all ages and levels of interest, poised to make an Anura aficionado of every reader." — SLJ, starred review