For Frampton Frog, life is good in Jacob's Meadow. He is a friend to all who live there, especially to Bugle-eye Frog. So, when Bugle-eye's treasured umbrella goes missing, Frampton Frog hops into action to help him find it.
In Frampton Frog Visits Little Bugle-Eye, author Kathleen Bettilyon introduces readers to Frampton Frog, Little Bugle-eye, Betty Bunny, and the other residents of Jacob's Meadow. All Frampton wants to do is to be a true friend and a servant of Christ to those who live in the meadow. As he helps Bugle-eye search for his missing umbrella, Frampton has the perfect chance to share what it means to be a friend as well as to teach the meadow's residents about one of Christ's most important lessons: forgiveness.
Frampton Frog Visits Little Bugle-Eye teaches children about friendship, understanding, and forgiveness. We can all learn a lesson from Frampton Frog, Bugle-eye Frog, and the other creatures that make their home in Jacob's Meadow.