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Freddy & Frito and the Clubhouse Rules

Freddy & Frito and the Clubhouse Rules

by Alison Friend

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Overview

Freddy and Frito play together every day—sometimes at Frito's and sometimes at Freddy's. But there are rules. Rules aren't fun! So what do these best buddies do? They build their own clubhouse in a tree in the park! With no rules, there's plenty of fun—until all of their friends come by for a party, and suddenly Freddy and Frito wish for a way to make them all leave!

Like Mo Willems's Elephant and Piggie and the classic Frog and Toad, Freddy and Frito are a perfect pair. With adorable art and relatable text, Freddy & Frito and the Clubhouse Rules captures all the most important moments of friendship in a joyful, rambunctious story.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780594803300
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 05/05/2015
Pages: 40
Sales rank: 518,588
Product dimensions: 9.10(w) x 10.20(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Alison Friend is the author and illustrator of Freddy & Frito and the Clubhouse Rules, which Kirkus called "a playful, lighthearted lesson about peacekeeping and place-keeping." She is also the illustrator of Making a Friend by Tammi Sauer. She lives with her family in the Lake District in England.


Alison Friend is the author and illustrator of Freddy & Frito and the Clubhouse Rules, which Kirkus called "a playful, lighthearted lesson about peacekeeping and place-keeping." She is also the illustrator of Making a Friend by Tammi Sauer. She lives with her family in the Lake District in England.

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Freddy & Frito and the Clubhouse Rules 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MissPrint More than 1 year ago
Freddy the fox and Frito the mouse play together every day. The only problem is that rules always seem to get in the way of fun for these best friends in Freddy & Frito and the Clubhouse Rules (2015) by Alison Friend. Hoping to find their own place that isn't too crowded, small, noisy, or dark, the youngsters decide to build a tree house with no rules. While constructing it, they learn about the give-and-take of friendship (not to mention one smelly way to deal with rambunctious guests at their clubhouse-warming party). Friend's digitally colored pencil drawings have painterly detail, and the expressive animals have plenty of child appeal. The artwork varies between full spreads and smaller thumbnail vignettes throughout. Changing layouts (including a vertical page) lend a frenetic quality to the story. Full paragraphs of text make for a lengthy read better suited to older storytime audiences. An enjoyable choice for prompting discussions of cooperation and friendship. *A more condensed version of this review appeared in an issue of School Library Journal from which it can be seen on various sites online*