Second-grader Brandon Peterson of Rush City (right) was rocking out with Froggie during a special program April 17 at the Rush City library.
Kids of all ages found that standing in line to have their picture taken with the popular literary character was well worth the wait.
Below, girls just wanna have fun at the Rush City public library — While 7-year-old Madison Perreault holds younger cousin Anna Perreault, sisters Emma Shaffer, 4, and Ellie Shaffer, 2, decided to hold hands for their photo with Froggie.
Kids loved calling out Froggie’s name while the story, “Froggie Gets Dressed,” was read to them.
More than 89 children and parents loved watching Froggie do the hula while listening to the story, “Froggie Goes to Hawaii.” The children also got to dance and sing with their new friend.