American folklore binds traditions of Native Americans and Europeans. It includes founding myths of America that feature Christopher Columbus and Pilgrims, leaders of the American Revolution, but the fundamental of the American folklore are its tall tales with the famous John Henry Paul Bunyan. This is a story of a boy called Freddy who wants to take part in a frog contest. But his frog Fats, which is the favorite at this competition, is stolen by another school student. The teacher in charge of the contest could not help Freddy, and he found another frog he registered and took part in the competition with. But now he has to compete with Fats. This is a wonderful edifying and entertaining story for little kids, where evil is disclosed and cheaters get punished.