If there are bubbles around, Maria and her new fun-loving frog will find them! In the beautifully illustrated children’s story The Soap Bubble Frog, Maria gets a pet frog at a pet shop in New York City. The little girl learns that her new frog has a fascination with bubbles as well as a unique gift of being able to count! Their mutual love for bubbles and adventure leads them to a shared friendship of exploration and discovery.
The two end up at a car wash, in the laundry room and bathtub, and several other fun places loaded with bubbles. All the time, Maria’s frog is counting the bubbles around them. Maria’s humorous frog can also show children the differences between colors in a most unique way. Join in all the bubbly excitement when you read The Soap Bubble Frog.
About the Author
Brandi Lawson is a freelance children’s book writer. After graduating from the University of Hawaii with a double major in communications and psychology, she began working as a teacher, which started her career in children’s literary education, teaching children to read and explore though creative expression and humor. She currently lives in Eastern Washington.
About the Illustrator
Richa Kinra is an internationally published illustrator of several children’s books, adult fiction books and spiritual poems.