Hop JumpUnknown - 1996
Tired of hopping and jumping, Betsy the frog sees the leaves float down from the trees and is inspired to leap and twirl--she calls it dancing. At first the other frogs tell her there is no room for dancing. But she eventually teaches everyone that there is room for hopping, jumping, and dancing. "A beautifully designed book that, like Walsh's earlier efforts, yields new subtleties and visual delights with each reading."-- Kirkus Reviews
Publisher: San Diego : Voyager Books, 1996, c1993.
Edition: First Voyager Books edition
Branch Call Number: j P WALSH E
Characteristics:  pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm.