Judy has written another book. It’s for children and adult-children–and you get a sneak peek at it!! This is part 2 click here for part 1
It’s a little known fact that not all frogs are princes in disguise . . .
. . . there are two genders, one of which is the “weaker sex”.
The Frog Princess
By Judith Westerfield
The Prince spied a spider who was an outsider.
“Spin me some webs
to attach to my legs They’ll catch the breeze when I bend my knees!”
the Prince cried.
And the spider replied
“I’ll spin if you will foot the bill.
Take my web if you please To catch a breeze
Wind ‘round your knees attach to your tie
flap your legs to fly take to the sky.”
“Help! I’m dropping like lead catching flies. . . . Instead!!”
the prince cried
as the spider replied
“Have you lost your mind My webs are fine! Guaranteed not to tear No matter where”
You’re no flyer I fear just a prince, my dear It’s just not your thing To take to wing
Stop sticking around Stay on the ground.”
The prince wasn’t mad Just terribly sad
Sitting down to mope
He felt like a dope.
When lo! High up in the sky a frog flying, No LIE!
Breaking the mold
With wings of gold
A froggie swoops down wearing a crown.
A crown of red
perched on her head
The prince rubbed his eyes Looking up to the skies
An impossible sight
In a golden light.
“I can’t believe my eyes. From out of the skies
I see a frog flying without even trying!”
the Prince cried
and the froggie replied,
“I heard you say
that you will pay.
I’ll fly you high if you will foot all of my bill.”