Hopping through the jungle, this way, that way.
Frog is in a frenzy, scattering the ants.
Teddys looking too now, this place, that place.
Will they ever find those jolly underpants?
Poor Frog. Someone stole his underpants! Good thing Teddy Bear, Little Chimp, and Big Gray Elephant are there to help -- although they may find it hard to hide their smiles. A jungle frog in underpants? Now that is something to see.
Every frog is worthwhile -- and luckily Froggy has Ted to tell him so.
A guffawing read-along with a smart taste for verbiage. Underwear stylin’ with Frog—keep an eye out for its contagious fashion statement.
The silliness begins with the book’s title and cover image... Chapman’s watercolor-and-ink illustrations convey the sweetness and nonstop activity of the various animals, as well as the lushness of the jungle. When the elephant, chimpanzee, bear, and a hundred jungle frogs find the pair of red undies, chaos ensues, followed by a suitably silly solution. Frog distinguishes himself from the other jungle frogs not by his taste in skivvies but by the friendships he has made.
Full of small details and humor, the art adds a great deal of life to the story. ... Books about underpants are always popular, and the cheeky illustrations of frogs in their new undies will keep this title from lingering on the shelf.
—School Library Journal