Prince of the Frogs

Brylan loves frogs. He takes them to school with him. He hides them in his sister’s purse and in her bed. What he really wants is to have a frog as a pet he can keep in his room. Will his parents ever let him?


About the Author

Carole Lathrop Moeller

Carole Lathrop Moeller was an educator for 60 years and is now retired. When she is not spending time with her cats and dogs, she is playing in the dirt. Some call this gardening.
When not doing volunteer work, she reads and paints watercolor scenes of animals, landscapes, and old barns. Carole loves the outdoors and the change of seasons, especially Fall. Halloween is her favorite holiday because she says, “you can make mischief and not get into trouble!”


Prince of Frogs Review


Cover Design- This cover is cute and colorful. Children will be drawn to it because of that. 5 STARS

Concept- Children, especially boys, love frogs. In Prince of Frogs, we see how loving a water animal can affect what a child will grow up to do. Brylan loves frogs so much he becomes a scuba diver. This is a nice way to entertain children but also to give them an insight into scuba diving. 5 STARS

Plot/Subplot- in this book we see how much Brylan loves his frogs and how badly he wants to have those frogs inside. Even though he wants this, he doesn’t go against his families wished. 5 STARS

Character Development: Not only do we get to know Brylan, but we also get to know his parents and his sister. These characters are instantly likable and very easy for children to relate too. 5 STARS

Entertainment Level- Children will love this book. They will want to read it over and over or have you read it over and over to them. Very entertaining. 5 STARS

Overall, I give Prince of Frogs 5 STARS -Reviewed by Award Winning Author Shannon Simpson


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