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Snog the Frog


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ISBN 10: 1862335850 / ISBN 13: 9781862335851
Published by Gullane Children's Books
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2005. Paperback. Some minor shelf wear but remains very good. . . . . Daphne du Maurier. Bookseller Inventory # KEC0013352

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Title: Snog the Frog

Publisher: Gullane Children's Books

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Very Good

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Here’s an amusing new twist on the well-known fairy tale situation in which a frog becomes a handsome prince when he is kissed by a beautiful princess. Can Snog the Frog also be transformed by a kiss? Today is his birthday, and he plans to celebrate the day by finding out. Who will give him a kiss? First he asks Cow, then Sheep, but both refuse to kiss a frog. Not even Snake or Pig are willing to kiss poor Snog the Frog. At last he meets a pretty little princess, and makes his request to her. This princess has read up on her fairy tales, which is to say that she might be willing to give this little frog his much-needed kiss. The outcome of this cheerful tale will bring a smile to the face of every little boy and girl who has it read aloud to them. Full-color illustrations on every page.

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[back cover]
Today is Snog’s birthday and in order to feel like a prince, Snog the Frog needs a kiss. But no one will do the honors — not Cow, Sheep, or even Snake! And if Snog actually does find a willing princess, what on earth will happen then?
A fun-filled fairytale, featuring the most playful frog in the kingdom!
[front flap]
Snog the

By Tony Bonning
Illustrated by Rosalind Beardshaw
Snog the Frog lives at the bottom of a cool, clear pond. Not very far from that pond there stands a majestic castle. And in that majestic castle there lives a pretty little princess. Every boy and girl who opens this book already knows that at the end of many fairy tales, the beautiful princess kisses a frog and the frog is transformed into a handsome prince. Is Snog the Frog really a prince who is waiting for that one magic kiss?
[back flap]
Tony Bonning’s writing talents range from adult nonfiction to picture books for young children. He has also written musical works performed by choirs across Britain, and is a popular children’s musical performer in the U.K. Tony currently lives in Kirkcudbright, Scotland. He is married and is the father of seven children ranging in age from twenty-eight to seven years old.
Rosalind Beardshaw loved drawing from early childhood. She received her formal art training first at Sheffield Polytechnic, then went on to a degree course in illustration at Manchester Polytechnic, England. She designed gift-wrap and greeting cards before she began illustrating children’s books. She lives in York, England.

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