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How the Frog Became a True King


written by Felicity D Kaye


illustrated by JP Hiwatig


Copyright © 2018 Felicity D Kaye


Published by Felicity D Kaye at Smashwords




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How the Frog Became a True King


Once upon a time there was a frog called Ferdinand, who often pondered much on his life. ‘Why am I always confined to my pond?’ he would say, for he was always to be found lurking under a stone in the mud in its depths. Quite often his legs would get caught up in the bindweed. He decided to straighten himself out and spend much more time on land, but every time he jumped out of the water, something inclined him to jump back in again and slowly he would be dragged back down.

What he secretly longed for was to be King of the pond and he determined that this had to happen at any cost. He became active in the pond community and formed a group for all pond creatures to discuss about pond life together.



Gradually, however, there were only frogs left, and they started to exclude all the other pond creatures, and when the House of Toads was asked to leave the group, all the other pond creatures became very angry. The Pond Creatures Group (PCG); became one that was eventually only for frogs. With the founding of the Union for the Rights of Frogs (URF); frogs became better off than the other pond creatures, and some of the toads were made into slaves.


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