In this Caldecott Medal-winning picture book, David Wiesner is at his hilarious best as he takes readers on an unexpected nighttime adventure.
The nearly wordless story begins on a “Tuesday evening, around eight.” The sun sets and a town settles in for the night.
On a nearby pond, however, things are not settling in. In fact, things are just beginning to get interesting.
While unsuspecting residents enjoy a quiet evening, their small town comes to life as their amphibious neighbors take to the skies.
Throughout the night, the local frogs take over, wreaking havoc and creating a mystery of epic proportions for neighborhood dogs and law enforcement alike!
If you venture outside on a Tuesday night, keep your eyes on the skies. You just never know what you’ll see.
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