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The laughter never ends with Oi Frog and Friends! A brilliantly funny, rhyming read-aloud picture book. Jam-packed with animals and silliness! From the bestselling, multi-award-winning creators of Oi Frog. *Over 1 million copies sold* Oi! Where are duck-billed platypuses meant to sit? And Kookaburras and hippopotamuses and all the other animals with impossible t The laughter never ends with Oi Frog and Friends! A brilliantly funny, rhyming read-aloud picture book. Jam-packed with animals and silliness! From the bestselling, multi-award-winning creators of Oi Frog. *Over 1 million copies sold* Oi! Where are duck-billed platypuses meant to sit? And Kookaburras and hippopotamuses and all the other animals with impossible to rhyme with names... Over to you Frog! 'Laugh-aloud humour will have young readers in fits of giggles.' Parents in Touch Can't get enough? Look out for: Oi Frog, Oi Dog, Oi Cat, Oi Puppies Oi Frog and Friends is a top ten bestselling series. Loved by children and parents, the books have won numerous awards, including the Laugh Out Loud Picture Book Award, and been shortlisted for many more!


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The laughter never ends with Oi Frog and Friends! A brilliantly funny, rhyming read-aloud picture book. Jam-packed with animals and silliness! From the bestselling, multi-award-winning creators of Oi Frog. *Over 1 million copies sold* Oi! Where are duck-billed platypuses meant to sit? And Kookaburras and hippopotamuses and all the other animals with impossible t The laughter never ends with Oi Frog and Friends! A brilliantly funny, rhyming read-aloud picture book. Jam-packed with animals and silliness! From the bestselling, multi-award-winning creators of Oi Frog. *Over 1 million copies sold* Oi! Where are duck-billed platypuses meant to sit? And Kookaburras and hippopotamuses and all the other animals with impossible to rhyme with names... Over to you Frog! 'Laugh-aloud humour will have young readers in fits of giggles.' Parents in Touch Can't get enough? Look out for: Oi Frog, Oi Dog, Oi Cat, Oi Puppies Oi Frog and Friends is a top ten bestselling series. Loved by children and parents, the books have won numerous awards, including the Laugh Out Loud Picture Book Award, and been shortlisted for many more!

30 review for Oi Duck-billed Platypus! Audiobook (Oi Frog and Friends)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ken

    The Oi series yet again continues to delight and prove that a simple and fun rhyming tale can still have new and fresh ideas in the fourth entry in the series. It's easy to rhyme Dogs, Cats and Frogs with various items that they should sit on, but what about a Duck-billed Platypus? Frog comes up with a genius idea where the longer named animals should sit. With plenty of fun ideas and striking illustrations that really makes this one of the best modern picture books that both young and old can enjo The Oi series yet again continues to delight and prove that a simple and fun rhyming tale can still have new and fresh ideas in the fourth entry in the series. It's easy to rhyme Dogs, Cats and Frogs with various items that they should sit on, but what about a Duck-billed Platypus? Frog comes up with a genius idea where the longer named animals should sit. With plenty of fun ideas and striking illustrations that really makes this one of the best modern picture books that both young and old can enjoy together.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Pauline

    This has to be my favourite yet from the wonderful team of Kes Grey and Jim Field. In hindsight, frog, cat and dog are really easy words to rhyme with. Our imaginative frog is given a much bigger task to find rhyming words for some difficult names because these animals don’t know where they can possibly sit. Luckily, he quickly makes rhymes with the animal’s first names. I wonder if every child in the class can find a word to rhyme with their name? With Jim Field’s bright and lively illustration This has to be my favourite yet from the wonderful team of Kes Grey and Jim Field. In hindsight, frog, cat and dog are really easy words to rhyme with. Our imaginative frog is given a much bigger task to find rhyming words for some difficult names because these animals don’t know where they can possibly sit. Luckily, he quickly makes rhymes with the animal’s first names. I wonder if every child in the class can find a word to rhyme with their name? With Jim Field’s bright and lively illustrations this will have great appeal to all readers young and old. The looks on the animal’s faces are magnificent.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    This one is wonderful as it's so imaginative. It focuses on the more exotic animals with names that are not easy to rhyme with. It's funny and witty as you would expect. Absolutely brilliant. This one is wonderful as it's so imaginative. It focuses on the more exotic animals with names that are not easy to rhyme with. It's funny and witty as you would expect. Absolutely brilliant.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    I feel mean saying this because everyone else seems to love this one it’s my least favourite of the series.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Immy

    Great book to reinforce knowledge of rhyming. Each animal has an item that rhymes. Could be a good starting point for poetry based on the same theme? Or a story or maybe a piece of art with their own rhyming animal.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mehsi

    A hilarious story about a frog who tries to rhyme animals to know where they can sit. I just couldn't resist this book when I saw it in the library. It looked cute, and I was curious where the animals should have to sit. Sure, I was a bit confused, why couldn't the animals just sit on chairs and the likes? But then I shrugged and went along with it. As you read, the frog has to rhyme animals names with where they can sit... it sounds simple, but can you think of anything that rhymes with platypus A hilarious story about a frog who tries to rhyme animals to know where they can sit. I just couldn't resist this book when I saw it in the library. It looked cute, and I was curious where the animals should have to sit. Sure, I was a bit confused, why couldn't the animals just sit on chairs and the likes? But then I shrugged and went along with it. As you read, the frog has to rhyme animals names with where they can sit... it sounds simple, but can you think of anything that rhymes with platypus and ibex? Only he isn't having an easy time as is evidenced. These are the animals with not so easy to rhyme names. There is a whole group just waiting for frog to tell them where to sit, patiently but also eager to learn their sitting destination. But then an idea pops in his head and I just loved it. He thinks of a wonderful plan and helps out everyone... well.. Nah, you will have to read to find out. I had a laugh seeing where the animals had to sit. From slippers to sailors to sherbet candy. Don't think you will ever get a normal seat. He really is wonderful at rhyming, though with some I had a hard time seeing how it rhymed. Then again, I am not native English so maybe the pronunciation I know is different from how some English people would do it. The art was really fun, I loved seeing the various animals and how they were drawn. This book isn't only fun for the rhyming and seeing frog be creative and original, but also for kids to learn various animals. Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lara

    I love this whole series! The illustrations are clever and tongue-in-cheek - so much expression in the animals' faces and so many fun little details in their clothes and accessories. And each book has their own punchline at the end of all the rhyming - even as an adult, it's much fun to read. How they build on each other makes for some fun reading too. Compared to the others in the series, here Frog has the challenge of rhyming animals like Duck-billed Platypus and Camel and Porcupine (much more I love this whole series! The illustrations are clever and tongue-in-cheek - so much expression in the animals' faces and so many fun little details in their clothes and accessories. And each book has their own punchline at the end of all the rhyming - even as an adult, it's much fun to read. How they build on each other makes for some fun reading too. Compared to the others in the series, here Frog has the challenge of rhyming animals like Duck-billed Platypus and Camel and Porcupine (much more challenging than Cat and Frog and Dog). A fun way to get kids thinking outside of the box with rhyming names and terms. Plus a chance to learn some fun, more unusual animals. Definitely a storytime read. Note: this series is definitely a British one. Sometimes the slang (brollies) shows it, and sometimes it's in the pronunciations to make the rhymes. Here we also have a very Irish name (Niamh) which rhymes with "leaves".

  8. 5 out of 5

    Alyce Hunt

    One of the better installments in the Oi! series. A ton of exotic animals demand that Frog tells them exactly what they should be sitting on, but when Frog struggles to make any rhymes he quickly starts making them sit on things that rhyme with their first names! Some of the animals that pop up are surprising, so it's a great chance to introduce your little one to animals that they won't have encountered before (especially not in picture books), and with so many common names featured there are g One of the better installments in the Oi! series. A ton of exotic animals demand that Frog tells them exactly what they should be sitting on, but when Frog struggles to make any rhymes he quickly starts making them sit on things that rhyme with their first names! Some of the animals that pop up are surprising, so it's a great chance to introduce your little one to animals that they won't have encountered before (especially not in picture books), and with so many common names featured there are going to be a lot of children who get very excited when Frog rhymes their name with the thing that they're supposed to sit on. Of course, this is an Oi! book, so things do get pretty ridiculous - especially when the kangaroo turns up - but that just means it will also appeal to your slightly older children too.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Scott

    Very nice! Follows the same pattern as the previous books and kids will love it. It helps if you know some Aussie lingo and speak Strayan. I kinda don't but I'll give it my best when I read it aloud to classes of kids! Might be the funniest of the series due to the sheer volume of animals involved. I didn't see the twist at the end coming. Well done! Very nice! Follows the same pattern as the previous books and kids will love it. It helps if you know some Aussie lingo and speak Strayan. I kinda don't but I'll give it my best when I read it aloud to classes of kids! Might be the funniest of the series due to the sheer volume of animals involved. I didn't see the twist at the end coming. Well done!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kitty

    tundub, et selle sarja otsad on nüüd kokku tõmmatud, sest isegi kass ja koer hakkavad juba konna riimimisoskusest tüdinema. siiski, kõik raamatud Oi Frog'ist alates ja siiamaani välja on väga meeleolukas lugemine. no mulle sobib selline viieaastastele suunatud huumor :) tundub, et selle sarja otsad on nüüd kokku tõmmatud, sest isegi kass ja koer hakkavad juba konna riimimisoskusest tüdinema. siiski, kõik raamatud Oi Frog'ist alates ja siiamaani välja on väga meeleolukas lugemine. no mulle sobib selline viieaastastele suunatud huumor :)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Em Yarnell

    Another brilliant book from Kes. It's the perfect blend of funny and downright bonkers. I adore the whole series and its one of my favourite books to read with the kids. In our home these have overtaken Julia Donaldson on the most read bedtime stories front. Another brilliant book from Kes. It's the perfect blend of funny and downright bonkers. I adore the whole series and its one of my favourite books to read with the kids. In our home these have overtaken Julia Donaldson on the most read bedtime stories front.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    First completed read of 2019... unexpectedly but gloriously. Kes Gray and Jim Field have taken their Oi concept, given it a good shake and out roll more deliciously alliterating diamonds and a laugh out loud (sorry, quiet bookshop) last line.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Wright

    My kids favourite one in the series. Hilarious

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jenna Mills

    Fun but to be honest wearing thin now

  15. 5 out of 5

    Chris Harvey

    You would think after so many Oi! books they would get boring, but this ones is just as good as the others.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Claire Walker

    Used in year 3 to teach alliteration

  17. 4 out of 5

    Carol - Reading Writing and Riesling

    A delightful read out loud kind of book, glorious illustrations and rhyming silliness that all young children will adore.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Melissa T

    Very funny!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Newman

    We love this book. So silly :)

  20. 5 out of 5

    Francesca Didymus

    A good-humoured and easy read. It has us all giggling and listening. Good for reading to a whole class. Years 2 and 3.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Alexandra Price

    Fantastic new addition to the series!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kirsty Luke

    Absolutely brilliant! Love this series!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jeannette

    The best child books ever!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    Maybe Melissa sits on the piazza?

  25. 5 out of 5

    Fliss Cousins

    I read this to my youngest daughters. They really like this series. It's silly and makes them laugh. This one has to be the best yet. I read this to my youngest daughters. They really like this series. It's silly and makes them laugh. This one has to be the best yet.

  26. 5 out of 5

    MaryBrigid Turner

    A fantastic edition to the Oi books. Can't wait to try and read it for story time. A fantastic edition to the Oi books. Can't wait to try and read it for story time.

  27. 4 out of 5

    The Book Squirrel

    Another edition of the Oi series where the frog makes different things sit on what rhymes with their name. This time, the animals have names that don't rhyme with anything so the rhyme is by the animal's actual name (Sally, Jim, Bob, etc). Another edition of the Oi series where the frog makes different things sit on what rhymes with their name. This time, the animals have names that don't rhyme with anything so the rhyme is by the animal's actual name (Sally, Jim, Bob, etc).

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mattie

    Where are duck-billed platypuses meant to sit? Frog is telling all of his friends where to sit by rhyming their name with a place to sit. However, he has some friends with very-difficult-to-rhyme-with names, such as duck-billed platypuses! Strengths This is a very funny and ridiculous picture book. Children will enjoy hearing their parent/teacher saying all the crazy rhymes in the story. I’m sure this book will have children laughing out loud. I think many adults will also enjoy reading the intere Where are duck-billed platypuses meant to sit? Frog is telling all of his friends where to sit by rhyming their name with a place to sit. However, he has some friends with very-difficult-to-rhyme-with names, such as duck-billed platypuses! Strengths This is a very funny and ridiculous picture book. Children will enjoy hearing their parent/teacher saying all the crazy rhymes in the story. I’m sure this book will have children laughing out loud. I think many adults will also enjoy reading the interesting rhymes. The pages are really robust and the illustrations of all the animals are fantastic. Weaknesses This story is clearly not meant for children to read themselves. There are a lot of very difficult and unusual words in this book including kookaburra, anemones and chipolatas. This book would be perfect for class reading or story time, but it wouldn’t be good for a child wanting to read the story themselves. Summary Overall, I thought this was a funny book. I’m sure young readers would love to hear the rhymes and look at the vibrant illustrations.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    Perfect for reading aloud to 5+ year olds (adults included). Although it's awesome on it's own, you'll get more fun by reading the whole series in order. Perfect for reading aloud to 5+ year olds (adults included). Although it's awesome on it's own, you'll get more fun by reading the whole series in order.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Inez

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