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Oi Frog!

Portsmouth Book Award, 2016

Digital (On physical carrier) / ISBN-13: 9781444946949

Price: £2.99

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The ideal companion for your Oi Frog and Friends picture book collection, this app is perfect for iPad play, allowing young children to interact with the hilarious rhyming world of Oi Frog – where lambs sit on jams and gophers sit on sofas!

The four different games offer the opportunity for learning as well as entertainment, as children balance wobbling jars of jam like building blocks, link the rhyming pairs, match Frog’s friends with their shadows, and more!

The clean and easy-to-use design makes this app perfect for small hands, and brings Jim Field’s beloved illustrations to life beautifully.

Combined series sales currently stand at a phenomenal 900,000 copies.

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You'd be hard pressed to find a more entertaining book than this stunningly illustrated story... an absolute treat.
Daily Mail
Laugh out loud funny, with great illustrations... cries out for a second reading immediately! * * * * *
Brilliant illustrations with hilarious story outcome... perfect author/illustrator pairing. A real winner.
Peters eGazette
A hilarious rhyming story which has animals sitting on more and more unlikely things, all in the interests of rhyme... perfectly pitched for young children.
Parents in Touch
You'd be hard pressed to find a more entertaining book than this stunningly illustrated story... Field's illustrations are bursting with energy and silliness... an absolute treat.
Irish Daily Mail
I adore this fantastic picture book... Jim Field's strong and amusing illustrations bring this hilarious rhyming story to life... no doubt going to be the favourite choice for bedtime... for both children and adults!
Bath Chronicle
Kes Gray and Jim Field make an excellent pairing in this picture book perfectly aimed at young children... a series of increasingly funny scenes, making this a picture book that is fun to share. * * * *
Books for Keeps
Hilarious illustrations and rhymes... everyone will love it.
Libby Allman (Children's Book Specialist)
I absolutely loved Kes Gray's hilarious rhyming tale... terrific.
Red Reading Hub
Delightfully wicked, will have the whole family laughing!
Norwich Evening News
Readers will enjoy the clever play on words as well as the bold and comical illustrations.
gets our vote for funniest book of 2014. A brilliant, brightly coloured gift that is guaranteed to have you in stitches.
Perfect for 3-5 year-olds... an hilarious re-readable future favourite.
Waterstones (Leilah Shelton)
A very funny book with a lovely twist to the tale. Really entertaining... perfect for bedtime.
Books for Keeps
Readers will enjoy the clever play on words as well as the bold and comical illustrations
Storytime will never be the same. Impossible to resist
Great fun
Delightfully mad
[A] hugely enjoyable piece of rhyming fun..."This is simply an absolute delight to read aloud with your child and became a firm bedtime favourite with my 6 year old daughter Coco" commented radio 2's Jo Whiley
Teach Primary
A fun and welcome addition to the world of rhyming animal books
School Library Journal
Expect lots of laughter
Children will adore joining in with the strong rhyming patterns as well as loving the ridiculous scenarios
Teaching English (Primary Matters)
This is a book that's been made to be read out loud....Taking the cat sat on a mat as a starting point, we find out what different animals sit on. But what does frog sit on? It's simply brilliant.
The Independent
It's simply brilliant
The Independent
In this wonderfully silly sequel, Frog is changing the rules ... Guaranteed to become the bedtime read of choice for adult readers as well as the children listening
In picture books, the Oi! Frog series (Hodder) by Kes Gray and Jim Field began to challenge Julia Donaldson (and her various illustrators) in popularity
The Guardian