Feb 24, 2017

Review: The Queen of the Frogs

The Queen of the Frogs The Queen of the Frogs by Davide Cali
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


The Queen of the Frogs by David Cali is a beautifully illustrated children's book that tells a fun, whimsical, and entertaining story with a hint of good advice cleverly disguised as fun. All of the frogs are having fun living their happy carefree lives playing, singing, and loving life until a piece of metal fell into the pond changing everything. Once it was decided that the finder of the crown looking trinket was the "queen" everything changed.

I loved the beauty of the illustrations and the detailed drawings of the frog's pond lives. I think most children will enjoy the drawings and looking into the fictional lives of the fun loving frogs as they learn the importance of happiness in their lives. I received this book free to provide a review on.

One of my favorite children's books. I would definitely buy it.


The frogs enjoy their life at the pond, filling their days with fly brunches and night music. But one day a little frog finds a crown at the bottom of the pond and is instantly pronounced a queen. She starts doing what queens do: making demands and expecting others to serve her. But when her royal subjects start to question her authority, she must prove she's fit to rule—if she can.

Reminiscent of Aesop's fables, this beautifully illustrated book is sure to start a discussion about the concept of leadership and the importance of humility.

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