The frog prince continued summary

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the frog prince continued summary

The Frog Prince, Continued by Jon Scieszka

After the Princess kissed the frog, he turned into a handsome prince and they lived happily ever after... or did they? The Princess cant stand the Princes froggy habits—the way he hops around on the furniture, or sneaks off to the lily pond. The Prince is unhappy, too, and decides that it would be best if he were changed back to a frog. But finding a witch who will do the job is harder than he expects. They all seem to have other spells in mind...
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The Frog Prince Continued

The Frog Prince, Continued (ISBN ) by Jon Scieszka (illustrated by Steve Johnson) is a picture book parody "sequel" to the tale of The Frog.
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The Frog Prince, Continued

Thank you! Wolf of The True Story of the Three Little Pigs assays another humorous embroidery of a traditional tale with somewhat less notable success. But the conclusion--glad to get back to his princess, he kisses her and they both become happy frogs--seems limp and unmotivated. Meanwhile, Johnson's paintings, though he adopts some of Lane Smith's fey menace and induces tension by canting his perspectives, lack Smith's wit, imagination, and masterful sense of design. Still, the situation and dialogue are irreverently comical and Johnson's caricatures are adroitly satirical. It's an entertaining effort-- just not up to that superlative first book.

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Will Scieszka, who set the record straight in his bestselling The True Story of the Three Little Pigs, let the Frog Prince and the princess who kissed him live.
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It was first published in Instead of living happily ever after, issues ensue on both sides.

Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you'll like this book. This is the story of the Frog Prince. He kept reading his story over and over again, where it said he was supposed to live happily ever after. But he wasn't very happy. So he went to find a witch who would change him back, and encountered a lot of witches from a lot of other fairy tales. Tarawyn Nov 30, Great lesson in "the grass isn't greener on the other side" and remembering to appreciate what you have in the people and places around you.




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