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Suggested Books
Looking for a good/helpful reptile or amphibian book to read?

Looking for something specific?
Crested Geckos - Green Iguana - Leopard Geckos - White's Tree Frog


TOP 5:
Green Iguana: The Ultimate Owner's Manual by James W. Hatfield III

One of the neatest things about this book is all the information and comments it includes from iguana owners besides the author of the book. Very very thorough and even includes detailed instructions on how to build "The Ultimate Iguana Cage."

Iguanas For Dummies by Melissa Kaplan

Extremely informative and also fun to read. If you're considering an iguana, you should definently pick it up. Melissa Kaplan is renowned in the world of herps and she definently covers all the things you need to know about the iguana here in her book.

Reptiles, Amphibians, and Invertebrates: And Identification and Care Guide by Patricia P. Bartlett, Billy Griswold, DVM, and R.D. Bartlett

This is a very interesting book where each page is a profile of herp or invertebrate which shows a piture and tells what other names they have in the trade (very helpful if you're trying to get a certain species but can't find it), their scientific name, what they look like, what other species are similiar, range, size, life span, what type of terrarium best suits them, diet, potential problems, and more. It's really a good guide and interesting reference book when you want to look up the basics (and a little more) of a particular species.

Rhacodactylus by Philippe de Vosjoli, Frank Fast, and Allen Repashy

The complete guide to their selection and care. Great information on the Crested gecko, but also on the Gargoyle gecko, Mossy prehensile tail gecko, Giant gecko, and others. A lot of crested keepers consider this the "crested bible."

White's and White-Lipped Tree frogs by R.D. Bartlett and Patricia Bartlett

Part of the Reptile Keeper's Guides: facts and advice on care and breeding. Great for easy reference. A good book to have on hand if you own a white's or white-lipped tree frog.

 

Crested Geckos
Green Iguana
Leopard Geckos
White's Tree Frog

Others:

The Amphibians and Reptiles of Missouri by Tom R. Johnson
A good book covering the native reptiles and amphibians of Missouri. Includes photos and descriptions of several frogs, snakes, turtles, and more.

A Basic Book of AMPHIBIANS look-and-learn by W.P. Mara
Look and learn!

The Complete Idiots guide to Reptiles and Amphibians by Liz Palika
For people who Know NOTHING about frogs! Very informative.


The Fragile Frog
by William p. Mara
All about the pine barrens tree frog and why it is in danger of extinction. Beautiful photography!

Frogs and Toads as a New Pet by John Coborn
Raisng and caring information for your new frog.

Frogs and Toads a follet beginning science book by Charles A. Schoenknecht. Illustrations by Roberts Candy
Good for beginner readers and people just learning about frogs and toads.

The Life Cycle Book Of Frogs by Ronald Ridout and Michael Holt. Illustrated by Vera Croxford
For 4th-6th grade. The name says it all. Simple illustrated look at the entire life cycle of the basic frog.

The Nature of FROGS - Amphibians with Attitude by Harry Parsons
Especially good, large, color photographs! This book includes myths, legends, how frogs breed, how they protect theirselves from predators, and more.

Reptiles and Amphibians by Ryu Uchiyama
A portfolio of some of the best frog photos ever! These bright color photos will make you feel like you're staring these frogs in the face! You'll meet some of the coolest animals on the planet eye to eye!