The traditional story of the frog who turns into a handsome prince when he is kissed by the princess.
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Jonathan Langley was born in Lancaster in 1952. He studied graphic design and illustration at Liverpool College of Art and the Central School of Art and Design. He also studied bookbinding at Camberwell School of Art. In 1974 he became a freelance illustrator, working in publishing, editorial, advertising and design. Jonathan has illustrated numerous books for children. He lives in the English Lake District with his wife and three children.From the Back Cover:
Once upon a time, a princess kicked her beautiful golden ball into a deep pool. When a frog offered t retrieve her ball, the princess made the frog some promises in return. And as we all know, promises must never be broken…
In re-telling this familiar and well -loved tale, Jonathan Langley manages to remain faithful to tradition while investing both words and pictures with wit and exuberance.
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