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The frog prince, continued [sound recording] /

by Scieszka, Jon; Johnson, Steve; Lawler, Patrick Girard.
Material type: materialTypeLabelSoundPublisher: Pine Plains, N.Y. : Live Oak Media, p2003Description: 1 sound disc (ca. 11 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book ([32] p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.).ISBN: 0670834211 (bk. & Cass.) :.Title notes: Juv $28.95 5/13/2006Subject(s): Fairy tales | Princes -- Juvenile sound recordings | Witches -- Juvenile sound recordings | AudiobooksRead by Patrick Girard Lawler, music by Chris Kubie.Summary: After the frog turns into a prince, he and the Princess do not live happily ever after and the Prince decides to look for a witch to help him remedy the situation.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

First he broke The True Story of the Three Little Pigs. Now he uncovers the awful truth--and high hilarity--of life "happily ever after". It seems that the Frog Prince doesn't think life is a bowl of duckweed--all the Princess does is nag, nag, nag. So it's off to the deep dark woods to look for a witch willing to help him out. Full color.

One track contains page turn signals, one track has no signals.

Accompanying book illustrated by Steve Johnson, published by Viking, c1991.

Read by Patrick Girard Lawler, music by Chris Kubie.

Juv $28.95 5/13/2006

After the frog turns into a prince, he and the Princess do not live happily ever after and the Prince decides to look for a witch to help him remedy the situation.

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Horn Book Review

An alternative view of 'happily ever after' is offered in this iconoclastic look at the prince who was once a frog and the princess bride who kissed away his amphibious appearance. Johnson's paintings are executed in a rich and somber palette. The sophisticated variant on a traditional theme has a wry, adult perspective and yet is accessible to younger readers who enjoy - and understand - parody. From HORN BOOK 1991, (c) Copyright 2010. The Horn Book, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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