Author(s): Simon James
Frog and his friends all live happily together on the river. At least they do until Beaver comes along. Beaver is determined to build the biggest and best dam that anyone has ever seen, but it's so big that it stops all the water and Frog and his friends are forced to move. Frog tries to warn Beaver that his dam is too big, but inconsiderate Beaver just won't listen... A charming picture book with an environmental message from the acclaimed and award-winning Simon James.
"Simon James' gentle humour pervades the riverside scenes executed in his signature style pen and watercolours." * Red Reading Hub * charming picture book * Primary Times * "My kids loved the story and the illustrations" * Crediton Courier * "[...] with its important environmental issues and willingness to help others is told in a sweet and gentle way, yet enough bit to keep a child turning the page. Beautifully illustrated with lively and appealing characters, there is much to interest on every page." * Armadillo *
Simon James is an award-winning author and illustrator of picture books for children. His critically acclaimed titles include Rex, George Flies South, the Baby Brains series, Dear Greenpeace, The Wild Woods, The Day Jake Vacuumed and Leon and Bob, which won the Smarties Book Prize Silver Medal and was nominated as the New York Times' Best Illustrated Book of the Year in 1997. Simon lives in Plymouth, Devon. @SimonJamesBooks