A Frog and a Whale in a Princess Tale

R95.00

A Frog and a Whale in a Princess Tale is written in Tina Scotford’s signature rhyming style and features a quirky, comical frog on a quest to find a princess whose magical kiss will transform him into a man. He meets dangerous sea creatures along his journey and cleverly outwits them at every turn. Beautifully illustrated by Olivia Villet, the book contains cut-out characters which make for further fun, creative play. It is aimed at children aged 4 – 8 and is ideally read aloud, making it suitable for role playing and drama at schools. Table Mountain is in the background, but the book will appeal to children across the globe, who will love the brave frog, with his big dreams and clever plans.

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  1. Sarah

    As soon as I saw Table Mountain on the cover of this book, I knew that we were going to love it, being from Cape Town and all. This book tells the delightful tale of a frog who searches far and wide for a princess whose magical kiss will transform him into a man. During his quest, he meets a host of sea creatures that he manages to outsmart and escape. Aria loved pointing to the “froggie” and learning the names of the new animals and both Dan and I loved the incredible illustrations by Olivia Villet. The story itself is all written in a fun rhyme that children of all ages will enjoy. Another absolute bonus about this book is that right at the back, there is a page of the characters that can be cut out. This is such a fab idea for kiddies that are a bit older than Aria as they can use them to act out different scenes or just let their imaginations run wild

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