Darcy Moon and the deep-fried frogs
Written by Catherine Carvell and illustrated by Michael Scott Parkinson
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Darcy Moon is an ordinary girl with ordinary problems. She’s low on cash and low on the necessary street cred to fit in with the cool crowd. But Darcy’s life is about to take a great leap forward. When a freaked-out frog asks for help, it’s up to her to fix the food chain, save the swamp and prove that money can’t buy everything.
This slimy adventure story is an enjoyable romp with environmental themes.
PRAISE FOR THE BOOK
‘The plot is gloriously over-the-top with a brazen villain, an unexpected connection and copious frog sweat.’ Magpies
‘This is a finely balanced adventure for eight- to 11-year-olds that touches on many other issue too, including acceptance, pride and the power of working together.’ Junior Books+Publishing
‘I had some laugh out loud moments reading this story and would be interested to see Darcy Moon return for more environmental adventures in the future.’ Kids Book Review
‘The book has a clear environmental message told in a quirky way.’ Reading Time
(198 x 130mm)
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