The Frog Princess

  • by E.D. Baker
  • Narrated by Katherine Kellgren
  • 5 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Princess Emma will do just about anything to get out of marrying the self-centered Prince Jorge. So when she meets a frog named Eadric who claims, of course, to be a prince, she decides to give him a kiss and see what happens. Bad idea. The frog stays a frog, and worse still, Emma turns into a frog herself. It turns out only the person who cast the spell can break it, so Emma and Eadric are soon hopping along trying to find the witch who can make them human again. This clever twist on the classic fairy tale is full of good-natured fun and romance.

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Enjoyable for the whole family

This is a great book for a family car trip. We all enjoyed it - from my eight-year-old daughter through my teenaged sons (honestly!) to me. No one even minded listening to sections again so that others could catch up. Excellent
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- Queenoid

Enjoyable for the whole family

This is a story written primarily for children but which is certainly enjoyable even if you are an adult. The story is simple enough for a child to follow, but has enough twists to keep an adult interested. There are occasional sidelong references to common sayings or phrases that adults will find amusing but which will be unnoticed by a younger listener who isn’t as familiar with English’s idioms.

The narrator is excellent. She differentiates the voices well and tells the story with apparent enthusiasm.

I think that anyone over the age of five will enjoy this book, and, while an adult will also enjoy it, it really would rate only three stars for folks over 18.

Listen to this one while on an automobile trip with kids and everyone will have a good time.

– Loren
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- Loren

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-05-2005
  • Publisher: Recorded Books