A Prince among Frogs

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Princess Millie and her fiancé, Audun, are busy planning their wedding when disaster strikes. Millie's baby brother, Felix, has been kidnapped, and with the kingdom's best witches away, it's up to Millie and Audun to rescue him. Fans will be delighted with this funny and ferocious finale to the Tales of the Frog Princess.

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Overview

Princess Millie and her fiancé, Audun, are busy planning their wedding when disaster strikes. Millie's baby brother, Felix, has been kidnapped, and with the kingdom's best witches away, it's up to Millie and Audun to rescue him. Fans will be delighted with this funny and ferocious finale to the Tales of the Frog Princess.

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Gr 4–6—In the eighth installment (Bloomsbury, 2010) of E. D. Baker's "Tales of the Frog Princess" series, the wedding plans of Princess Millie and her fiancé, Audun, are interrupted by one catastrophe after another. While her magically talented parents, great-aunt, and great-uncle are all away solving problems, Millie is left to manage the affairs of Greater Greensward and take care of her baby brother. Since she doesn't have magical talents, Millie uses her ability to change into a fire-breathing dragon, and the generous assistance of her Ice-Dragon fiancé, to outsmart the evil plants and creatures that are suddenly troubling the kingdom. While she is away fighting evil, her baby brother is kidnapped, turned into a frog, and released into the swamp. With the help of many magical creatures, Millie and Audun manage to confront the family's enemy, the evil wizard Olebald, and reunite the family. Katherine Kellgren uses vocal variations to distinguish among characters and to differentiate between dialogue and narration. Her expressive reading conveys the characters' tension, anger, and fear. The series' finale brings together the many magical creatures who were introduced in previous books and revisits some areas of the kingdom that are familiar to Millie and Audun. An enjoyable listen for fans of the series as well as those unfamiliar with the previous titles.—MaryAnn Karre, Horace Mann Elementary School, Binghamton, NY
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Gr 4–6—In the eighth installment (Bloomsbury, 2010) of E. D. Baker's "Tales of the Frog Princess" series, the wedding plans of Princess Millie and her fiancé, Audun, are interrupted by one catastrophe after another. While her magically talented parents, great-aunt, and great-uncle are all away solving problems, Millie is left to manage the affairs of Greater Greensward and take care of her baby brother. Since she doesn't have magical talents, Millie uses her ability to change into a fire-breathing dragon, and the generous assistance of her Ice-Dragon fiancé, to outsmart the evil plants and creatures that are suddenly troubling the kingdom. While she is away fighting evil, her baby brother is kidnapped, turned into a frog, and released into the swamp. With the help of many magical creatures, Millie and Audun manage to confront the family's enemy, the evil wizard Olebald, and reunite the family. Katherine Kellgren uses vocal variations to distinguish among characters and to differentiate between dialogue and narration. Her expressive reading conveys the characters' tension, anger, and fear. The series' finale brings together the many magical creatures who were introduced in previous books and revisits some areas of the kingdom that are familiar to Millie and Audun. An enjoyable listen for fans of the series as well as those unfamiliar with the previous titles.—MaryAnn Karre, Horace Mann Elementary School, Binghamton, NY
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781449835965
  • Publisher: Recorded Books, LLC
  • Publication date: 2/8/2011
  • Series: The Frog Princess Series
  • Format: CD

Meet the Author

E. D. Baker is the author of The Tales of the Frog Princess series, including The Frog Princess, which was in part the inspiration for the Disney movie, The Princess and the Frog. Baker is also the author of Wings: A Fairy Tale and The Wide-Awake Princess. She lives with her family and many pets in Maryland.

Visit www.edbakerbooks.com

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