Froggy wants to win a big prize in the marching band contest at the Apple Blossom Parade, so he flops up to the attic to find his dad's old saxophone. As they practice for the contest, Froggy and his friends learn the three most important marching band rules: Don't look left. Don't look right. And don't stop for anything! But will these rules really help Froggy and his friends win the big prize?
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by Jonathan London
"Froggy is ba-a-a-a-ck! This time it's the school band that will never quite be the same. There's a prize to win, and Froggy is determined to be there. He practices on his father's saxophone and memorizes the rules for marching. And, as Jonathan London has shown in his other Froggy books, Froggy surprises and brings smiles to all. John McDonough is a fine choice for narrator. He clearly enjoys his role as the persistent and incorrigible frog. McDonough leaves time for the signature flopping of Froggy's feet and stretches out Froggy's whines and exclamations. His gruff croaks exude friendliness. A.R. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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