Frog has always imagined how wonderful life would be -- if only she were a princess. Now her wish is about to come true. The Prince has lost his golf ball in the palace pond and has promised anything to the one who can find it! But being a princess is not at all what Frog expects. Frog must make public appearances on the royal balcony, at a ship launch and at a jousting tournament -- and all this before lunch! Tired, confused and utterly famished, Frog hopes to find food at the evening ball. When she discovers, with horror, what delicacies are being served, she decides that the life of a princess is not for her. With frogs' legs a-flying (both hers and those on the platters!), Frog makes a quick getaway and returns to her simple life.
The frog princess
Toronto : Kids Can Press, c2001.
32 p. :,col. illl. ;,29 cm.
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Statement of Responsibility:
written and illustrated by Rosalind Allchin
Princesses Juvenile fiction.
Frogs Juvenile fiction.