A family of toads, threatened by land development, is re-homed by an innovative and courageous second grader, Mya McLure. In this dazzling adventure, Mya McLure not only has to figure out a way to save the toads, but also how to help her teacher in a moment of unanticipated crisis.
Douglas Haddad is an award-winning science teacher and best-selling author of "The Ultimate Guide to Raising Teens and Tweens: Strategies for Unlocking Your Child's Full Potential." Haddad has been awarded the honor of "Teacher of the Year" in his Connecticut school district and named a finalist for Connecticut Teacher of the Year. He served as a Teacher-Ambassador in Public Education in the State of Connecticut and has also been awarded as a Fund for Teachers Fellow for engaging students in transformational learning experiences that address equity, diversity, and inclusion.Jennifer Ball-Cordero holds a BFA in Visual Communication Design from Hartford Art School. She is an active member Long Island Children's Writers and Illustrators (LICWI) and SCBWI--Long Island Chapter and CBIG (Children's Book Illustrators Group).