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Operation Frog Effect

By: Sarah Scheerger

Contemporary Fiction

To Aviva, Kai, Emily, Henry, Blake, Kayla, Sharon and Cecilia, Ms. Graham is the best fifth-grade teacher ever. But now she’s in trouble and it’s all their fault. How can a bunch of kids solve a grown-up problem?

Ages: 9+

320 pages

Penguin Random House

Average Rating: (9 Ratings)

Submitted 12/5/2019 by HollywoodStar

This book was just OK


Not enough details
Submitted 12/5/2019 by Diamonds

This book was just OK

Not enough details

I have not read it but sounds great
Submitted 12/5/2019 by Penguania

Need to read
Submitted 12/4/2019 by goraps

I think if you don't read this book you're crazy

Haven't read it yet but it looks so good
Submitted 12/3/2019 by mdawg

Thumbs up!

This book made me think more about being Jewish.

Wasn't real are above

Interesting and exciting
Submitted 12/3/2019 by Catkid1

I would read more books by this author.

This book made me think more about friendship.

I liked how the book showed a few people's points of view.

It looks really good! Bye I need to check my messages!
Submitted 12/3/2019 by Lulubell

I would read more books by this author.

This book made me think more about friendship.

It seems amazing!!! I’m ordering it now!

I saw this book and i thought omg this book is amazing
Submitted 12/2/2019 by ELM

Thumbs up!

This book made me think more about being Jewish.


Well-Written and Heartwarming
Submitted 12/1/2019 by NationalDesignTeam

Operation Frog Effect is a well-written, heartwarming book. In this book, students discover how they can make an impact in the world. The issues of discrimination, immigration, homelessness and poverty, and the right to education are illuminated through the interactions of students in a public-school class.

I love this book because it is written like a personal diary, but it’s from the perspective of multiple kids who are in the same class. As the kids come from different backgrounds, this book reflects the challenges and benefits of diversity as the kids all have to work together. It also touches on the different living conditions of the students, as some of them live in mansions while others can’t afford a house, and some are constantly moving from place to place. In this book, a class of kids who used to be enemies become friends as they unite to solve real world problems in their communities.

This book made me think a little deeper about education and how, in some other countries, kids can’t attend school. It made me want to give back to my community.

- Elijah, National Design Team

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Sarah Lynn Scheerger
Author of Operation Frog Effect

Sarah Lynn Scheerger loves pizza and anything with chocolate and peanut butter. She loves reading and watching movies, and she lives in California with her husband and children. Operation Frog Effect was inspired by Sarah’s fourth grade teacher.

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