Nana T Tales

Hops The Tree Frog

Hops The Tree Frog

(4 customer reviews)


What will Haden discover in Nana T’s backyard garden?

Haden loves to share exciting adventures with Nana T in her garden. One day, while on hands and knees, they come face to face with a tiny little tree frog. “Hops” begins to visit daily, and Haden’s fascination grows. An endearing story, full of ribbiting surprises, based on the escapades of a very real tree frog named Hops.


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Introducing Hops, the first in a new series of children’s books from an author known to her readers as “Nana T”.

Nana T loves nothing more than spending time with her grandchildren, especially in her sprawling backyard garden, large enough to be a jungle in a child’s eyes. These books are a gift to her grandchildren, but she’s sharing them with parents and children, grandparents and grandchildren everywhere.

Illustrations are from the very talented hands and creative spirit of Kim Sponaugle.


Haden and Nana T carefully moved a big leaf in search of bugs. Haden gasped. “Look!” he said. “A little frog!” Nana T and Haden did not move for fear the little frog would get scared and jump away.

“Yes, a little tree frog.” Nana T whispered. “And see how his green color matches the leaf. He is hiding from other animals in the garden. Do you think he is looking for a bug, too?”

4 reviews for Hops The Tree Frog

  1. George E.

    My grand daughters love the story!! More about hops’ adventures!!

  2. Sharon

    I gave all my grandchildren this precious book . They all love looking for the darling tree frog on each page. I especially like the tree frog info in the back !! Very well written and beautiful pictures!!

  3. Paola Maoli

    It a very sweet story. I gave one to my grandchild and he did not want to stop reading it. He loved looking where Hops was hiding!

    It is a little treasure.

  4. Debra R Rountree

    Delightful story to capture the imagination of young and old alike. Great illustrations and educational information about tree frogs.

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