One morning Frog wakes up sad. He doesn’t know why; there isn’t a reason. Rat tries his best to help: he dances about, walks on his hands, even plays the violin – which reduces Frog to tears! Then, suddenly, Frog is smiling and laughing, his mood dispersed. This is the twelfth story about Frog and his friends, all of them dealing with emotions small and large with a lightness and sureness of touch that is a joy to children and adults alike. Sadness that comes and goes is something everyone experiences, and the unpretentious, guileless pictures with Frog in his stripy shorts and Rat playing the fool to cheer him up should comfort the moodiest of children – their parents too!
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