Lily and The Golden Frog

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Pub Date 19 Nov 2022 | Archive Date 30 Nov 2022

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Lily and the Golden Frog is a delightful tale of one young girl who wishes to see the world. Armed with her shiny pink purse, Lily sets out on the adventure of her life. She meets several interesting characters and discovers the importance of giving back thanks to the strange power of her shiny pink purse. Beautifully illustrated and filled with essential morals every child should learn at a young age, Lily and The Golden Frog is a unique book that teaches children it's never too early to think about others.

Lily and the Golden Frog is a delightful tale of one young girl who wishes to see the world. Armed with her shiny pink purse, Lily sets out on the adventure of her life. She meets several interesting...


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Enter Lily, a precious little girl living in the small village of Wellville who longs to see the world outside of her small hometown. When Lily stumbles upon a golden frog near a water well, she discovers a sparkling pink purse, which she eventually decides must be magical, the golden frog the one that can teach her how to access its powers. As Lily searches far and wide for the mysterious, oddly colored frog, she realizes just how magical the purse really is, in the vein of Mary Poppins’s bag from which anything can be accrued. The problem? All of the friends Lily meets along her journey seem to be able to access the powers of the purse. Lily, however, cannot – for her the bag is always empty. In the end, reunited with the golden frog, he informs her of the true magic and gift of the purse: it makes others happy – which gives Lily the greatest satisfaction of all. This one was precious – adventurous and with a satisfying moral premise.

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