Trevor the Tadpole is very worried. He thinks that he is a toad, despite what his parents tell him. They must explain each feature he has that is different to a toad tadpole. In the end, only one thing finally convinces him. Themes include differentiation between frog and toad tadpoles, metamorphosis, anxiety and humour.
This Story Book features:
A glossary of technical or tricky words.
Factual information about the tadpole.
A fact-file of the frog's life cycle.
Two free downloadable worksheets.
Australian Science Curriculum links.
Stunning Australian photography.
About the Series: The Steve Parish Reptiles & Amphibians Story Book range was written by award-winning author and primary school science teacher Rebecca Johnson, who has written more than 60 books for children. Her Steve Parish Insect story book range won the 2014 Whitley Award for Best Children's series.
Reading Level 24