Frankly, I Never Wanted to Kiss Anybody!

Frankly, I Never Wanted to Kiss Anybody!

The Story of The Frog Prince, as Told by the Frog

Book - 2014
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Introduces the concept of point of view through the prince's retelling of the classic fairy tale "The Frog Prince" --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: North Mankato, Minn. : Picture Window Books, c2014.
ISBN: 9781404883048
1404883045
Branch Call Number: JP Loewe
Characteristics: 24 pages : color illustrations
Additional Contributors: Grimm, Jacob 1785-1863.
Alonso, Denis 1986-

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forbesrachel Feb 18, 2014

To most, being a frog would be gross, but to this little "prince", well, he is alright with it. In fact, it has some nice advantages to it, but playing baseball is not one of them. Feeling a responsibility towards his team, the young frog seeks to change back, only, there is one hitch .... Read More »


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forbesrachel Feb 18, 2014

To most, being a frog would be gross, but to this little "prince", well, he is alright with it. In fact, it has some nice advantages to it, but playing baseball is not one of them. Feeling a responsibility towards his team, the young frog seeks to change back, only, there is one hitch ...it requires a kiss.

Neither he, nor the princess wishes to give a kiss though, for kisses are icky. Each attempt provokes a series of contorted, and clearly not contented faces, frozen in funny forms. Any notion of romance is mocked and avoided, but friendship, and a good ballplayer are valued.

Both the prince and princess are nothing like their fairytale counterparts. They are normal kids within a modern setting, and children will relate much easier to their reactions than those of the adults in the original.

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