I hadn't read this title before, but I know Leedy, like Stuary Murphy, is a go-to for quality math books. As the title implies, a frog and a lizard compete for who can complete the best graph. Each encounters a different set of data and chooses the right graph for the job. It's certainly not a subtle message, but I think it's no less effective. And since it's housed in our Everybody section (and not the 520's), it's definitely one I'll keep in mind for our classroom teachers.
Now there's a math-worthy idea! ...of all the books I read in this "L" section, how many are incorrectly classified? And from there, how many can I estimate are misclassified in the remainder of the Everybody section?