There once was a frog who was very sad. Every day he would sit on his lily pad and look sadly at the water. A friendly Dragonfly flew by and asked why he was so sad. Froggy said that every time he looked in the water, he was so sad. He said everyone ignored him, like he was a lump of clay. The Dragonfly said he should be proud for swimming in water, for no one else could. The frog began to smile, and he thanked the Dragonfly for his help, and spread his love around.
I thought this book was cute because the illustrations were fun and it taught a great lesson. The words were fun to read because they rhymed. My little sister likes The Frog with a Frown because it has a picture on every other page, and she can understand that the frog is sad because of the illustrations. I would recommend this book for 4-6-year-olds who like rhymes.