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by Michael Swaim,Gloria Repp


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Pibbin the Small: A Tale of Friendship Bog. Gloria Repp. Catch a Robber by Gloria Repp is the fourth delightful story in this series. Pibbin the tiny frog with the big heart is off on another adventure and this one will take him to Shadow Swamp which is inhabited by very large creatures

Pibbin the Small: A Tale of Friendship Bog. Trapped (Tales of Friendship Bog) (Volume 3). Trouble with Zee (Tales of Friendship Bog) (Volume 6). Pibbin the tiny frog with the big heart is off on another adventure and this one will take him to Shadow Swamp which is inhabited by very large creatures. But he is loyal to his friends so he will put on a brave face and do whatever is necessary to free Skitter the lizard from the Rabbit’s jail.

Pibbin the Small book. As for Michael Swaim, the illustrations captured the characters personalities perfectly

Pibbin the Small book. Mar 29, 2012 Diane Rapp rated it it was amazing. Not Such a Small Story for Kids. This delightful children's book is filled with beautiful illustrations by Tim Davis and photographs by Bill Beck. As for Michael Swaim, the illustrations captured the characters personalities perfectly. Very cute pictures that really help you picture what the author is coming across in her storyline. Excellent Job on both Women!.

Another wonderful tale of adventure and friendship that young children will enjoy Pibbin hopped along the shore of Friendship Bo.

Another wonderful tale of adventure and friendship that young children will enjoy. Chapter 1. Where's Leeper? Chapter 2. Tell-tale Sand. Chapter 3. Mischief? Chapter 4. Pink Ears. Pibbin hopped along the shore of Friendship Bog. It must be as big as an ocean, because it stretched as far as he could see. The water lay smooth, without even a ripple around the lily pads. Even though this was one of the smaller rabbit sisters, she was about five times bigger than he was. Would she even talk to him? He hopped closer, and she jerked her head around.

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Book 6 in TALES OF FRIENDSHIP BOG~A fast-paced adventure for ages 7 and u. Includes colorful illustrations, story map, and frog photographs. Gloria Repp Books for Young Readers. 15 June 2017 ·. I must agree - this looks like a good deal! :) kindledailyblog. Title : The Story Shell (Tales of Friendship Bog Book 2) Author : Gloria Repp, Michael Swaim, Bill Beck Price : Free from Free Kindle Books – FreeBooksHub. 9 June 2017 ·. Thank you, Kindle Nation for this mention.

Book in the Tales of the Friendship Bog Series). Pibbin, smallest of treefrogs, is desperate to get help for his injured turtle friend, but how can he find a doctor? The other frogs warn him that it's a long, fearful journey. You'll run into snakes and that giant bullfrog," they say. "Black Snapping Crabs might eat yo. "Am I too small?" Pibbin asks himself.

Authors: Gloria Repp,Tim Davis. Pibbin climbed up the side of Gaffer’s tree and knocked on the door. Skitter opened it. The perky brown lizard held a broom in one paw, and that didn’t surprise him. She was always cleaning -except when she was making good things to eat. He sniffed.

Authors: Gloria Repp, Tim Davis. He couldn’t remember. Mrs. Rabbit had such a big family! Even though this was one of the smaller rabbit sisters, she was about five times bigger than he was.

Written by Gloria Repp, Audiobook narrated by Jon Repp. Trapped: A Tale of Friendship Bog. Narrator. Are you looking for another easy chapter book? A Question of Yams tells how young Kuri tangles with the witchdoctors in his village. Do you need a mystery for your middle grade child to enjoy? The Secret of the Golden Cowrie and Trouble at Silver Pines Inn happen in the New Jersey Pine Barrens, and The Mystery of the Indian Carvings takes place on a Canadian island.

Pibbin, smallest of treefrogs, is desperate to get help get help for his injured turtle friend. It's a long journey to the doctor's house, and the other frogs tell him he's too small to g.

Tales of Friendship Bog, Book 1. By: Gloria Repp. Narrated by: Jon Repp. Length: 1 hr and 3 mins. Categories: Children, Ages 8-10. Pibbin, smallest of treefrogs, is desperate to get help get help for his injured turtle friend. The Story Shell: A Tale of Friendship Bog. A Speck on the Sea. Lean Management.


Comments: (7)

Giamah
Oh what a wonderful tale! Friendship is so important in life and Gloria Repp was spot on with this story. This is a good learning book for all ages.
Pibbin is a very small tree frog who lives in Friendship Bog. When his brother got sick, his Mother sent him to fetch help from Sheera the turtle. But Shreea was in need of help herself, as for she was run over by a fast truck.
Pibbin decided to go find Sheera's friend the woodchuck, Doctor Diggitt at Silver Sea, to get help for her and his brother. He need to take a pal with him , for it is a long and dangerous journey. So Leeper heard of this and told Pibbin he would go with him, wise choice.
They set out and the first thing they have to do is cross Rumble Road, where Sheera was hit. Pibbin scared to death to cross, but Leeper showed him how to do it and encouraged him to do it. Their adventure starts here and they both learn the true meaning of Friendship along the way as they meet folks and run into problems. Do they ever find the Doctor? Or are they lost forever in the woods with a map that they can't understand?
I feel that this would make a good first chapter book. I loved the whole story and I will defiantly have my Grandson read it in a few years.
Gloria Repp is a new author to me. I love reviewing children's books, for they are a fresh change from adult books and they are so adorable with their pictures and charters. I like her style of writing and would enjoy reading more of her work sometime.
As for Michael Swaim, the illustrations captured the characters personalities perfectly. Very cute pictures that really help you picture what the author is coming across in her storyline. Excellent Job on both Women!
Morlurne
Pibbin the treefrog's adventures are exciting for a child as he travels through Bullfrog Bog to find Sweetberry leaves to help heal his hurt friend. The descriptions are picturesque and will capture a 4-7 years old's imagination. But they are realistic too giving an appropriate idea of boggs and the area. There is even a hint of mystery as everyone wondered who picked the large leaves Pibbin needs. The book is charming with a message--a friend will do whatever is necessary to help a friend in need. Pibbin was a true friend. The illustrations are beautiful and the color pictures a lesson in themselves. Excellent chidren's book.
Otrytrerl
Pibbin is a little tree frog who lives in Friendship Bog. His turtle friend Sheera has been injured by a car, and Pibbin needs to find Sweetberry leaves to treat her. He's small and young and the Sweetberry leaves are a long way away. He consults the old Gaffer, who reminds him that "no one is too small to be brave", but also tells him, "what you really need is a pal". Can little Pibbin succeed in this demanding task? And there you have this book and, really, all of the Friendship Bog books. Bravery, friendship, steadfastness in the face of adversity and willingness to accept a great danger and a great adventure in order to help a friend.

Not to be a wise-guy about it, but I'd almost given up hope on finding engaging books on Kindle for my littlest readers. There are lots of books out there, but so often they come with a lot of baggage - an odd sense of humor, overwrought messages, weird snarkiness about siblings or parents, precious cutsiness or just not very accomplished grammar and word choice. I salute the people who have worked to produce these books, but that doesn't mean I want them in my library.

Then you find Gloria Repp and her amazing books; (this is book one of three so far). They are very reminiscent of Thornton Burgess and his library of "Old Mother West Wind", "Danny Meadow Mouse" and a score of other books from around 1910. As you might expect, Ms. Repp's books are a bit crisper, a bit shorter, and sometimes a bit more pointed, but they still have a lot in common with the Burgess classics.

The many characters are well developed and have individual personalities that are suggested by the type of animal they are, but not always. (For example, owls aren't always wise.) Most of the characters are ultimately kind and gracious, but individuals can be prickly, uncooperative, mildly threatening or less than forthright. The heroes, (Pibbin and Leeper and their friends), have to be alert to their surroundings, have to interact with a wide variety of characters and challenges, and have to keep their wits about them and be creative and resourceful.

There are some obvious and some subtle messages here - about honesty, bravery, loyalty, unselfish sacrifice, kindness, generosity - but they are not hammered home or set out in bold type, and they are natural outgrowths of the stories.

And, the adventures of our heroes are pretty exciting. Lots of times books with positive messages don't hold a youngster's attention because they are well intended but bland. Not so here. Friendship Bog is a varied, exciting, sometimes dangerous place. Villains may not be scary evil, but they are dangerous, just as a hawk is a threat to a mouse without being evil. Carelessness is apt to be punished; care is required. There are chases, hiding, arguing, recognizing and avoiding danger; characters are always trying to get home safe and sound after having an adventure. There are bruises and tumbles, and traps and escapes. This is stirring stuff.

So, these are very impressive, very satisfying books, with charm and appeal to burn. They look great in color, but they work fine on my grandkids-dedicated black and white Kindle Touch. If you want something on your Kindle for a little reader, any of the Friendship Bog books would be a good choice. They can be read in any order without much confusion. (For what it's worth, the samples offered on the Amazon book site are pretty extended and will give you a good sense of each book.)

Please note that I found this book while browsing Amazon Kindle freebies. I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book.
MegaStar
This book surprised me. I saw frogs, I saw lovely illustrations (truly exquisite ones), and I thought, "Oh, a nice little adventure like FROG AND TOAD books." Not at all. PIBBIN THE SMALL is more like... LORD OF THE RINGS for a small child. Well... maybe not quite that dramatic. But this little frog is on a quest--a dangerous quest--and he's doing it to save a friend. Right from the beginning, I was struck by the solemnity of the story. The author creates a true feeling of concern for Sheera, a wise turtle who has been gravely injured by a truck. There is a definite mood created, not fluffy children's versions of boo-boos.

When I look for children's books, I check for two things--illustrations, and how well it sounds when read aloud (because either I or the child will be voicing it). This story has both, but it also has remarkable depth. This is not something that would be adapted for Teletubbies or Barney. It's not cheesey. It's got meat. It's got real heart. The emotions are real.

My only concern would be that some younger children might be too sensitive and become upset by the turtle's bleeding leg and some of the perils the frog faces. At the same time, this story could inspire and encourage a child who is coping with a sick or injured loved one. I think reading this story with a child could be a great springboard for discussions about coping with trials, whether physical, emotional or spiritual.
Pibbin the Small: A Tale of Friendship Bog download epub
Growing Up & Facts of Life
Author: Michael Swaim,Gloria Repp
ISBN: 1466313781
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language: English
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 23, 2011)
Pages: 120 pages