Rodrigo Folgueira Poly Bernatene / Jul 18, 2019

Ribbit A group of frogs are living happily in a peaceful pond until they discover a surprise visitor a little pink pig Sitting contentedly on a rock in the middle of their pond the pig opens his mouth and

  • Title: Ribbit!
  • Author: Rodrigo Folgueira Poly Bernatene
  • ISBN: 9780307981462
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A group of frogs are living happily in a peaceful pond, until they discover a surprise visitor a little pink pig Sitting contentedly on a rock in the middle of their pond, the pig opens his mouth and says RIBBIT The frogs are bewildered at first, and then a bit annoyed What did that little pig just say , Does he think he s a frog , Is he making fun of us Soon thA group of frogs are living happily in a peaceful pond, until they discover a surprise visitor a little pink pig Sitting contentedly on a rock in the middle of their pond, the pig opens his mouth and says RIBBIT The frogs are bewildered at first, and then a bit annoyed What did that little pig just say , Does he think he s a frog , Is he making fun of us Soon the pig draws the attention of all the nearby animals everyone is curious to know what he wants After much guessing and shouting and a visit to the wise old beetle, the animals realize that perhaps the pig was not there to mock them afterall maybe he just wanted to make new friends But is it too late This is a warm, funny, and beautifully illustrated story of friendship, with boisterous RIBBIT s throughout perfect for reading aloud.

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      • Rodrigo Folgueira Poly Bernatene

        Rodrigo Enrique Folgueira was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina He studied Art at Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes Prilidiano Pueyrred n , where he graduated as Painting National Professor and Sculpture National Professor He works as an illustrator specialized in children s literature For over than ten years, he has been publishing several books and magazines articles, and he has also been illustrating for didactic publications and advertising, in his country and abroad.Rodrigo Enrique Folgueira naci en Buenos Aires, Argentina Estudi Arte en la Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes Prilidiano Pueyrred n , donde se gradu como profesor de pintura y Escultura Nacional Profesor Nacional Trabaja como ilustrador especializado en literatura infantil Desde hace m s de diez a os, ha publicado varios libros y art iculos de revista, tambi n ha ilustrado para publicaciones did cticas y publicidad, en su pa s y en el extranjero.


    1. Richie's Picks: RIBBIT! by Rodrigo Folgueira and Poly Bernatene, ill Knopf, March 2013, 32p ISBN: 978-0-307-98146-2"I don't want to fake you outTake or shake or forsake you outI ain't lookin' for you to feel like meSee like me or be like meAll I really want to doIs, baby, be friends with you"-- Bob Dylan (1964)"But again, all the little pig said was'Ribbit!'"News of the little pig who thought he was a frog spread fast, and all the animals hurried to the pond to see the visitor"'This new relative [...]

    2. Love this! I think I have read this children’s picture book at least 4 times in the past 2 days. The pictures are amazing, the font is fantastic and the storyline always puts a smile on my face. I am afraid there will be crying in three weeks, when I have to return it in the library. Let me tell you about the illustrations first as they are huge, bright and just plain silly. There are the frogs with their funny teeth, their long tongues and huge mouths and the let’s not forget about the othe [...]

    3. Frogs don't understand pig even though he speaks their language. Fun story about differences and making friends.

    4. Text to text connection: This book reminds me a lot of “I don’t want to be a frog.” They both want to be animals other than themselves. They aren’t happy with who they are. The frog can do everything that the other animals can, therefore he doesn’t understand why he cannot be those animals. And the pig takes on the characteristics of the animals he is trying to fit in with. This book could also serve as a lesson in kindess and individuality. Altering who we are as people just to fit in [...]

    5. “Ribbit!”A group of frogs hears a familiar sound coming from a very unfamiliar source in their pond. Who is this pink intruder? Does this pig think he’s a frog? Is he mocking us? How dare he imitate us! What does he want, anyway? After much consultation and consternation, the frogs (now with an entourage of onlookers) decide to seek out the wise old beetle for his advice. The beetle helps put things in perspective and helps the frogs to see things from the pig’s point of view. But does t [...]

    6. One morning, the frogs in the pond woke up to discover a very pink visitor among them: a little pink pig. They tried to ask the piglet why he was there, but all he would say was “Ribbit!” The other animals soon heard about the unusual pig and hurried to the pond to see him. All of the animals except the frogs found the entire situation hilarious, but the frogs were getting more and more angry. The animals went in search of the wise old beetle to ask his advice, but when they returned the pig [...]

    7. In a peaceful pond there lived a group of frogs, until one day they wake up to find they have a most unusual visitor, a little pink frog sitting on a rock in the middle of their pond. The little pink pig opens his mouth only to say “RIBBIT!” What could this little pink pig want? Is he making fun of the frogs? Pretty soon word spreads of this little pink pig and all the nearby animals come to see what all the fuss is about. After a little discussion and a talk with the wise old beetle, the an [...]

    8. "Ribbit!"This sound shouldn't be surprising in a frog's pond unless it comes from a pigNobody understands what's going on. The frogs are confused. The rest of the animals think it's hilarious. Is the pig making fun of the frogs? Why would a pig want to be a frog?But the pig only wants to make new friends, even if that meas to ribbit in the pond like a frog or tweet on a branch like a bird.We really enjoyed this story, that is funny and thoughtful at the same time.The pig looks cute and ridiculou [...]

    9. So often we assume the worst about somebody right from the start without trying to find out their intentions. This is true of the frogs when a pink pig shows up in their pond and says "ribbit." Is he making fun of them? Is he confused? Matters are only made worse when the other animals show up and start making fun of the frogs. The situation worsens until they decide to go ask the wise old beetle what to do.When they get back with him, the pig is gone and they all wonder where he went and what h [...]

    10. The frogs were surprised by a strange visitor in the middle of their pond. It was a pig, a little pink pig, and he was ribbiting just like a frog. The frogs run off to seek the advice of the wise old beetle. When they return the pig is nowhere to be found. As the animals speculate on his odd speech and his the wise old beetle proposes that maybe the little pink pig just wanted to make friends. They hadn't thought of that so they go in search of the little pink pig to see if they can make friends [...]

    11. A cute pig that appears in the frog's pond and says "Ribbit!" The frogs don't know what to make of him so they go to the wise beetle. 4/24/13This book caused a bit of discussion in story time. "Pigs don't say, "Ribbit!" One mother grabbed it to check out. The parents might have enjoyed it more than the children 5/29/13Might be a bit much for my young crowd at story time, but it's good to challenge them too. 6/3/14Used in pig story time. Everyone enjoyed saying ribbit! and tweeting at the end.

    12. This is a sweet, funny story with adorable illustrations. The theme of friendship and acceptance of diversity is very appropriate for young children and even older kids can appreciate the message. The watercolor illustrations are colorful and oh, so cute. We really enjoyed reading this book together.

    13. Read this book to my second graders for one of our Olweus anti bullying meetings and they loved it. I Used it to prompt and initiate discussion on diversity, perspective, courteousness, and being understanding. So cute!!

    14. Cute Story about making friendsAdorable story with pictures that will keep your child's attention.My daughter wanted to read it over and over. Enjoy!

    15. Ribbit! / written by Rodrigo Folgueira; illustrated by Poly Bernatene -- New York : Alfred A. Knopf, c2012. RANGE 3 -- PICTURE BOOKSSUMMARY: What does it take to make new friends? That's what the frogs find out when they wake up one morning to a surprise visitor in their pond -- a little pink pig that says only one word, "Ribbit"REVIEW: We all handle surprises differently - and the frogs have a big surprise of a strange little pink pig sitting on the big rock in the middle of their pond saying " [...]

    16. I read this book for story time. A pink pig shows up in the frogs pond. He keeps saying "Ribbit". Not only are the frogs confused, but all the wild animals are, even to the point of being insulting. It is decided to consult with the wise beetle. This is a great spot for the kids to try and predict what he will say. The kids could not. However, the beetle suggests maybe he was trying to make friends. The last page proves that indeed this was true. The pink pig is in a tree surrounded by birds say [...]

    17. Miss 3 and I like to explore different books at the library and try to get different ones out every week or so; it's fun for both of us to have the variety and to look at a mix of new & favourite authors.This was a random picture book that I chose. She really liked it. It's a nice book about how people communicate in different ways and sometimes we need to ask the right question.

    18. The playful dialogue and textured illustrations were well executed. Its always fun to read it to my son while doing all of the different animal voices. I also enjoyed the sweet and simple message at the end of the book.

    19. Cute book about some frogs who are confused by a pig who shows up saying Ribbit.They consult with the wise beetle who tells them the pig just wants to be friends. They return home to find the pig among the birds and they're all tweeting together.

    20. I love this book because it shows children that just because someone looks different they shouldn't make fun of them especially when they are trying to fit in. It also shows that friends come in all shapes and sizes.

    21. This story is about a pig who is acting like a frog, and all the other animals can't figure out why. It's a cute book and the illustrations are pretty decent. Mostly I love the pig with the gigantic head.

    22. Very cute. Kids could join in with saying "Ribbit" on most pages. Love the illustrations and the concept. This pig just wants to make friends :)

    23. A surprise visitor at the frogs' pond stirs up all sorts of trouble until they realize why he was there.Use to teach about making new friends.

    24. My 8-year-old thought this was pretty funny, but I think even a 3-year-old would enjoy this story about subverting expectations.

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