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Frog Knights

Frog Knights

ISBN: 9781412099707
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Publication Date: 2006-08-28
Number of pages: 28
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In Frog Knights (book one of the lavishly illustrated Kingdom of Frogavia series - book two, Frogavia!Frogavia!, is also available from Trafford Publishing) frogs are depicted as characters in their own world - the big pond known as The Kingdom Of Frogavia. The true king is unseated from his ancient throne and banished to a far, distant pond by the evil, ambitious Dax Frogditch who has gathered a huge army with promises of 'a better life ...'. The years of Frogditch's bullying ways and tyrannical rule stretch on and the Frogavian people grow increasingly restless and unhappy. Finally, a group of brave young rebels rise up and go in search of their true king. They eventually find him and he dubs them all 'knights' in gratitude for their loyalty. The king then shows them how to weave reeds and grasses into costumes, so they are dressed as knights. After driving Frogditch out of Frogavia, Sir Robert Ribbet, Sir Fergus Leapingfrog, Sir Morton Muddybottom, Sir Frederick Hopper, Sir Barry Bluepond and the other knights escort King Francis, Queen Fiona and their two daughters Princess Flora and Princess Fay back to Frogavia. The knights dive deep into Castle Pond to retrieve the King's ancient throne. It lies in pieces on the muddy bottom where Frogditch dumped it long ago along with the King's treasure: magical holed stones that give protection from evil. Many Frogavian families were poor and destitute under Frogditch's heartless rule. Robin Froghood and his friend, Littlefrog raid Frogditch's own well-stocked kitchen and take food to give to the poor. When the King hears about their good work he bestows knighthoods on them too. In Frogditch's time, no flowers bloomed in Frogavia. The lily pads were shrivelled and brown, the pond waters were murky and it became a dark, gloomy place. But, now even as the Knights escort the King and his family back to Castle Frogrock, the beautiful waterlilies burst into blossom on the azure blue waters of Castle Pond. Other flowers join in and bloom all over the rocky castle in colorful abundance. As in the days of old, the Good King invites every one of his subjects to his many celebrations and happy frog songs echo once again across Castle Pond.



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