The Bargfrosh Boy

The Bargfrosh Boy

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"The moon hung high and stars fell low And the Bargfrosh boy decided to go The Bargfrosh boy decided to creep in search of the wild Froy into the deep" Against his mother's wishes, and armed only with curiosity of the Froy folklore, the Bargfrosh boy sets off on an adventure to discover the mysterious Froy for himself. Yet what the Bargfrosh boy finds and what the young reader realizes are two very different perspectives about the unknown. Written in whimsical rhyming verse and beautifully illustrated in ink and painted from water color pencils, this story is a visually exciting experience, appealing to the imagination of all young children. The illustrations beautifully compliment both the dread and whimsy of the Bargfrosh Boy's adventure! Parents and children will fall in love with this instant classic.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 216 x 216 x 4mm | 132g
  • English
  • 1481894552
  • 9781481894555
  • 3,249,842

About N Nader

N. Nader is of Lebanese and Ghanaian heritage and was brought up in Accra, Beirut, and London before immigrating to the United States in 1993. She has resided in Colorado for 18 years where she and her husband are raising their four children. N. Nader is an English teacher by profession and is keenly interested in developing high interest books for young children. Her professional background spans over ten years in education including both classroom and administrative positions. "The Bargfrosh Boy" is her debut children's picture book.
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