In Kenya, Africa, an old frog named Mahday awakens the god Mmumi to ask for a king who will help the frogs to get along better with other creatures, but Mmumi does not like to be awakened and sends an unpleasant answer to her request. Includes notes.
|Statement||by Amanda StJohn ; illustrated by Karen Perrins|
|Contributions||Perrins, Karen, ill|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.S8577 Fro 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011010891|
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The Frog King: Occidental Fairy Tales, Fables and Anecdotes of Animals. In this illuminating discussion of the role of animals in Western thought, the author shows, through his analysis of folklore, popular ideas, and natural history, that man's traditional fascination with animals is more than it appears.2/5(1). About Frank McConnell. Francis DeMay McConnell, known as Frank McConnell, () lived at Santa Barbara, California and was a professor of English at the University of California. He had been awarded his undergraduate degree at the University of Notre Dame and earned his doctorate at Yale/5. The Frog Who Would Be King book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Here's a tale inspired by a well-known German folktale. Hoping /5(6). An annotated version of the Grimms' Brothers Frog King. Other Versions of the Tale Stith Thompson () writes, "Even more tangible evidence of the ubiquity and antiquity of the folktale is the great similarity in the content of stories of the most varied peoples. The same tale types and narrative motifs are found scattered over the world in most puzzling fashion" (p. 6).
The Frog King is a captivating joyride from the very first page." —Laura Zigman, author of Animal Husbandry and Her "Davies' subtle observations about life and strategic lack of romanticism make for an impressive and thought-provoking work, while the bizarre story-line makes for a fun and memorable read."/5(21). The Frog King. By Garth Greenwel l. Novem to spend with my books and my writing, my time to be alone; I would get up soon but for now I . "The Frog King" was first published by the Brothers Grimm in This version features a large, fun font for young readers. Several questions are placed throughout the text, both recall and critical thinking, to aid in the development of reading comprehension. The Frog-King, or Iron Henry I N old times when wishing still helped one, there lived a king whose daughters were all beautiful, but the youngest was so beautiful that the sun itself, which has seen so much, was astonished whenever it shone in her face.