The Prince, the Princess, and Yes, the Frog
About the Book
You probably all know what happens when a princess kisses a prince. Yes, usually nothing. But when she kisses a frog, on the other hand, it has been known to turn into a handsome prince. Well, at least in fairy tales.
Author Linda Stevenski’s The Prince, the Princess, and Yes, the Frog is a twist on the familiar princess, prince, and frog story. Princess Maya lets Prince Paulo give her a kiss. They are going to get married, after all. But when she opens her eyes afterward, he’s not there! At least not in the form he was before. He is a frog, and an angry one at that! He even threatens to kill Princess Maya.
But things are not always as they seem. The Prince, the Princess, and Yes, the Frog is a fun story that will keep you wondering if Princess Maya will marry her beloved.
About the Author
Linda Stevenski was born and lives in a small town called Monongah, West Virginia. She belongs to the West Virginia Writers, the Appalachian Writers, and the Writer’s Guild of America. Her name is engraved in a stained-glass block at Tamarack in Beckley, West Virginia, where they sell the best of West Virginia.