Little Frog doesn’t want his nine new tadpole siblings. They can’t jump, play drums or build a tower. in fact they can’t do anything except take up all Mummy and Daddy’s time. But as they grow into frogs themselves, Little Frog discovers that together he and his siblings can build a most spectacular tower making those innocent little creatures turn out to be the best friends a big brother can have.
This familiar theme is given a completely fresh look by illustrations and layout so cool and clean it makes you feel like you’ve just leapt out of a clear pond with the frogs themselves. Using plenty of white and limited use of bright green and occasional red, the witty thin lined drawings spring delightedly across the pages, set off brilliantly with the froggy-like typeface. A sure case of ‘Less is more’.