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Every day frog and to respect his crane who's out there we the and teaching him about wild animals yeah well and for your for your husband and putting the book together and saying you're going to do what was I would imagine in some ways was kind of speechless when it all came together it's a beautiful looking Buck do you think he was speechless I but he really wasn't sure whether I would do it and then I think he was just not sure that would publish it so he he was actually I think he was excited when I got that far yeah no kidding well it is published you can get it on Amazon dot com that's one of the many places Colton in the bull frog adventure they were speaking with Julie Rogers about frog's really in about being with her grandson and then actually putting this together so you know this is one grand child is yet there's others that are going to one and your children does everybody want a piece of this you're gonna have to books with everyone well we all right and I am the only story students though I guess I'm gonna go to four I love it what a great way to spend time with your grandchildren there's no question about it Julie thanks so much for joining us on the show thank you I've enjoyed it all right so it was so interesting to talk about the frogs and you heard Julie to me because that's what the grown up I can remember soon as the summer hit them here and frogs and just the various noises and that's what Julie when we talked and you heard there as she said for awhile how the kids are running around and they were they were croaking like frogs and so here on the author's corner I just wanted to say this that I look this up that the you know there are six thousand species of frogs six thousand can you imagine that and of course a frog I look if you look at the definition of a frog it's a member of a diverse and largely carnivorous group this is what the definitions of short bodied tailless amphibians composing composing of the order and Nora in the wild I had no idea but here's a here's the other cool part about this is that if you look at the the origins of it this goes they go all the way back they tie all the way back to two hundred and sixty five million years ago and this is another thing Julie and I were talking about you know in your backyard you see different frogs and try to identify what kind of problems they are and I've been at a lot of different places where they have frogs roll over the place are they the south American horned frog which is beautiful looking and then I think one of the most beautiful frogs I've ever seen is a poison dart frog and it's bluish when.

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