Giveaway: Win tickets to see the musical, ‘A Year with Frog & Toad’

We jumped for joy when we heard that A Year with Frog and Toad was hopping on stage in Northwest Arkansas at the end of the month!

Adapted from the Caldecott Honor winning Frog and Toad books by Arnold Lobel, this Tony-nominated Broadway Musical tells the story of two friends, cheerful Frog and grumpy Toad. We loved these books so much we read them to our own children.

We’ve got FOUR FREE TICKETS to the first night’s performance by Trike Theatre on January 25 at Walton Arts Center’s Studio Theater at Nadine Baum Studios. But there are other dates if you don’t want to miss getting tickets (which are only $14)!

Show times are:

  • January 25, 2020 @ *2:00PM & 4:00PM (*The 2pm show is a relaxed performance.)
  • February 1, 2020 @ 10:00AM, 2:00PM, & 4:00PM
  • February 8, @ 10:00AM, 2:00PM, & 4:00PM

The musical takes us through four seasons of adventures with Frog and Toad. From planting gardens, to swimming, raking leaves, going sledding and learning life lessons along the way, these two best friends are happy the whole year round. They meet whimsical creatures, celebrate their own uniqueness and deepen their friendship. It’s a heartwarming retelling of Lobel’s timeless stories of unlikely friendship.

Best for ages 5 and up.

HOW TO ENTER:

If you’d love to win these 4 tickets to see A Year with Frog and Toad, scroll down to the bottom of the post and past the comments posted by other local moms. Then write a quick comment telling us the title of your child’s favorite book right now (or the one they always wanted you to read to them when they were young).

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40 Comments

  1. The Dick and Jane series! Our 5 year old hadn’t begun reading until Jan 1st, so we went to basics and got the books grandparents of us all used to read from the library, and she feels so empowered now! She is doing so well.

  2. My kids love their book from hooray heroes they are short stories/adventures featuring character of them. They love it

  3. My kids love their book from hooray heroes they are short stories/adventures featuring character of them.

  4. We are liking Dr Seuss books right now!

    We love the Frog & Toad Musical Soundtrack and would love to be a ke to attend!

  5. My oldest loved Brown Bear Brown Bear
    My youngest likes to read me a story from her “5 minute Bible Stories” book.

  6. My daughter is into Judy B. Jones right now!
    Fun fact: I did a “Frog & Toad” play in 1st grade… I’d love to take her to see it.

  7. My boys 7 and 5, enjoy ” don’t let the pigeon drive the bus ” all books by author Mo Willems. the “The bad seed” “green eggs and ham”

  8. She loves all books, but right now she wants me to read American girl well is wishers books she just got for Christmas 🙂

  9. My son always loved Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day. My youngest daughter loved Wacky Wednesday and my oldest daughter loved reading books about Sesame Street characters.

  10. I would read “Hop on Pop” to my children when they were young. One of my granddaughters would want me to read “How will we get to the beach?”

  11. My daughter is into American girls books, and my son loves an Usborne book with bandaids called All Better!

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