Could You Lift Up Your Bottom?Frog has a BIG problem!
Could You Lift Up Your Bottom?
Written by Hee Jung Chang
Illustrated by Sung Hwa Chung
A gust of wind has blown Frog’s hat off of her head—and now it’s stuck under Elephant’s bottom. Elephant is hungry and won’t budge until Frog feeds him all kinds of delicious foods with unusual shapes. Will a fresh bagel entice Elephant to lift up his bottom—or will Frog need to figure out a more creative way to retrieve her hat?
Elementary math concepts that relate to differentiating, naming, and combining shapes expand this clever story about creative problem-solving.
- $16.95(CAN $19.95)
- ISBN 978-1-939248-04-6
- (Size : 10″ x 10″)
This picture book helps children learn about mathematical concepts through a colorful and entertaining story.
Math concepts explored may include:
- Understanding math concepts
- Shape and space
- Explaining the basic concept of space and three types of plane figures: triangle, quadrangle (tetragon), circle
About the Author - Hee-jung Chang
Hee-jung Chang majored in psychology at Ewha Womans University in Seoul, South Korea, and studied developmental psychology at the university’s graduate school. An active member of a children’s book group for professional authors, Hee-jung has written many books for children.
About the Illustrator - Sung-hwa Chung
Sung-hwa Chung majored in visual design in high school and in college. She won an award at the Korean Andersen Drawing Contest, and she was a runner up at Noma Concours in 2004.