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Billy and the Birdfrogs by B. B. Wurge (2008, Paperback)
Ligon drives his narrative like a formula Ligon drives his narrative like a formula one racer. Buckle your seat belts and get ready for a thrilling ride. View Product. Being Dead in South Carolina. Jacob White can write. Cretaceous Dawn. In spite of its references to hard academic science, Cretaceous Dawn is In spite of its references to hard academic science, Cretaceous Dawn is a first-class adventure story, an effortless read as engaging as vintage Jules Verne.
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Malloy mixes Malloy mixes history and fantasy with flair and delivers a wonderfully satisfying puzzler. A modern psychological tale with strong implications of Leapfrog Press. Wurge has fashioned an unbelievable story that ultimately makes perfect sense. Monte, author of Selected Poetry of Victor Hugo.
Billy and the Birdfrogs
Their adventures lead them deep under the streets of New York, past woolly mammoth fossils to a shaft where the birdfrogs—and other creatures—lie in wait. Off beat humor, crazy villains, and the final triumph of family loyalty combine to delight anyone with an imagination. Wurge lives in an elevator in Manhattan. He turned to writing after leaving his first career as an entertainer in a primate house. That may be true, but children should know they can navigate successfully through our crazy world if they stick to fundamental principles: loyalty to family and friends, compassion, and an open imagination.
Billy's voice compels; quirky details, humor, and a strong narrative drive create a story that should appeal to a range of ages.
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Brand new copy. Ships fast secure, expedited available!. Book Description Leapfrog Press, Never used!. Seller Inventory Billy illustrator. Language: English. Brand New Book. Exciting--edge of your seat--nail-biting--page turning. Wurge has a voice that is unique and fresh among writers of children s literature. Monte, author of Selected Poetry of Victor Hugo In this vivid and complex child s-eye view of the world, we meet nine-year-old Billy, who lives in a row house in New York City with his very odd grandmother.
When their house is invaded by mysterious birdfrogs who leave three-footed prints but are never seen, Billy s grandmother takes drastic action. Their adventures lead them deep under the streets of New York, past woolly mammoth fossils to a shaft where the birdfrogs--and other creatures--lie in wait. He says, I ve been told the world is crazy, more now than ever.