The Frog Princess of Pelham by Ellen Conford

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Rich but insecure suburban princess Chandler kisses a young man she finds princely and is instantly transformed into a frog, but the young man, Danny, picks her up and sets out to find help, which comes in unexpected forms.

About Ellen Conford

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Ellen Conford was born in New York City on March 20, 1942. Her first picture book, Impossible, Possum, was published in 1971. Her other picture books include Just the Thing for Geraldine and Eugene the Brave. Her first young adult novel, Dreams of Victory, was published in 1973. Her other works include Dear Lovey Hart, I Am Desperate; Dear Mom, Get Me Out of Here; If This Is Love, I'll Take Spaghetti; I Love You, I Hate You, Get Lost; and Crush. She also writes the Annabel the Actress series and the Jenny Archer series.
Published April 1, 1997 by Little Brown and Company. 112 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Sly references to some real and imaginary bits of pop culture from Oprah to Fabio, and every possible variation of ``it's not easy being green'' will have readers giggling through Chandler's trials, especially if they don't question the story's logic too closely.

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