“A Boy a Dog and a Frog” is a classic children’s story by Mercer Mayer. In the story a boy finds a frog and decides to keep it as a pet. He names the frog Frederick. The boy’s dog Goofy is not very happy about this new addition to the family and does everything he can to get rid of the frog. Frederick is a good sport about it all and even helps Goofy out of a few jams. In the end the two become friends.
This is a great story for kids because it teaches them the value of friendship and acceptance. It also has a lot of humor that will keep them entertained. The illustrations are also very well done and add to the overall enjoyment of the story.
What is the name of the boy in the story?
The boy’s name is Tim.
What does the boy throw to the dog?
The boy throws a stick to the dog.
What does the dog do with the stick?
The dog fetches the stick.
What does the boy throw to the frog?
The boy throws a stone to the frog.
What does the frog do with the stone?
The frog hops away.
Does the frog get hurt by the stone?
No the frog does not get hurt by the stone.
Does the dog get hurt by the stick?
No the dog does not get hurt by the stick.
What does the boy do after he throws the stone at the frog?
The boy runs away.
Why does the boy run away?
The boy runs away because he is afraid of the frog.
Is the frog afraid of the boy?
No the frog is not afraid of the boy.
Is the dog afraid of the boy?
No the dog is not afraid of the boy.
Why is the boy afraid of the frog?
The boy is afraid of the frog because it is big and he thinks it might hurt him.
What does the frog do when the boy runs away?
The frog hops after the boy.
Does the frog catch the boy?
No the frog does not catch the boy.
What does the frog do when it does not catch the boy?
The frog hops back to the pond.