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The Little Corroboree Frog

The Little Corroborree Frog gently introduces the serious plight of one of Australia’s most endangered species. Jet the corroboree frog is happily taking care of the tadpole ponds when the water starts to dry up and his family’s eggs are threatened. He goes to visit Grandmother Frog to find out why and she tells him about the summers that are getting hotter and the careless humans who are leaving their rubbish around. When a boy and his father arrive to go fishing in the nearby river, Jet seizes the opportunity to show them how humans are threatening the very existence of his species.

$14.95

Praise for The Little Corroboree Frog

"I love the wonderfully colourful illustrations, and interesting bits of information that make you feel as if you also want to help Jet save these incredible little frogs."

Merle Morom
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