The Golden Ball by Katelyn Sinclair
The Fairy Tale of the Frog Prince and Why the Princess Kissed Him

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Why exactly did the princess kiss that frog? This story of bargaining gone awry — told in perfect rhyme — pits a feisty, spoiled princess against a talking frog with a hidden agenda. Emphasizing the importance of kindness and integrity, The Golden Ball is a fresh and witty interpretation of the classic fairy tale from the Brothers Grimm.
 

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Published July 4, 2011 by Chthonicity Press. 56 pages
Genres: Young Adult.

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In this engaging reinterpretation of the familiar Brothers Grimm fairy tale about an arrogant princess and a witch-cursed-prince-turned-amphibian, Sinclair uses rhyming iambic tetrameter couplets—“An infant princess once was born / Upon an early winter morn / So long ago and far away / Her name i...

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