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The Little Green Frog Book

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Follow this little green frog and meet all the animals that live around the pond. The chunky board book has especially thick flaps for baby to grasp and lift. Simple. The Little Green Frog displays the power of prayer, and the price and purpose of true Christianity. A wonderfully wholesome book. Plus, Amah had given her a small stone frog to remind her of China and the mission work. See how Biddy's adventures with the green little frog.

In fact, he did nothing but gaze steadily at the King, and as he gazed, the King felt his strength come back to him. In a little while the bird flew into the room, still with his eyes fixed on the King, and at every glance the strength of the sick man became greater, till he was once more as well as he used to be before the Queen died.

Filled with joy at his cure, he tried to seize the bird to whom he owed it all, but, swifter than a swallow, it managed to avoid him.

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In vain he described the bird to his attendants, who rushed at his first call; in vain they sought the wonderful creature both on horse and foot, and summoned the fowlers to their aid: the bird could nowhere be found.

The love the people bore King Peridor was so strong, and the reward he promised was so large, that in the twinkling of an eye every man, woman, and child had fled into the fields, and the towns were quite empty. All this bustle, however, ended in nothing but confusion, and, what was worse, the King soon fell back into the same condition as he was in before.

Prince Saphir, who loved his father very dearly, was so unhappy at this that he persuaded himself that he might succeed where the others had failed, and at once prepared himself for a more distant search.

In spite of the opposition he met with, he rode away, followed by his household, trusting to chance to help him. He had formed no plan, and there was no reason that he should choose one path more than another. His only idea was to make straight for those spots which were the favourite haunts of birds.

But in vain he examined all the hedges and all the thickets; in vain he questioned everyone he met along the road. The more he sought the less he found. At last he came to one of the largest forests in all the world, composed entirely of cedars.

But in spite of the deep shadows cast by the wide-spreading branches of the trees, the grass underneath was soft and green, and covered with the rarest flowers. It seemed to Saphir that this was exactly the place where the birds would choose to live, and he determined not to quit the wood until he had examined it from end to end.

And he did more. In this he had to help him not only the fowlers by profession, but also his attendants, who excelled in this art. For a man is not a courtier unless he can do everything.

After searching as usual for nearly a whole day Prince Saphir began to feel overcome with thirst. He was too tired to go any farther, when happily he discovered a little way off a bubbling fountain of the clearest water.

Being an experienced traveller, he drew from his pocket a little cup without which no one should ever take a journey , and was just about to dip it in the water, when a lovely little green frog, much prettier than frogs generally are, jumped into the cup.

Far from admiring its beauty, Saphir shook it impatiently off; but it was no good, for quick as lightning the frog jumped back again. First you must call together your attendants, and order them to remain in a little hamlet close by until you want them.

Then go, quite alone, down a road that you will find on your right hand, looking southwards. This road is planted all the way with cedars of Lebanon; and after going down it a long way you will come at last to a magnificent castle. Take this tiny grain of sand, and put it into the ground as close as you can to the gate of the castle.

It has the virtue both of opening the gate and also of sending to sleep all the inhabitants. Then go at once to the stable, and pay no heed to anything except what I tell you. Choose the handsomest of all the horses, leap quickly on its back, and come to me as fast as you can.

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The Prince, who felt more hopeful than he had done since he left home, did precisely as he had been ordered. He left his attendants in the hamlet, found the road the frog had described to him, and followed it all alone, and at last he arrived at the gate of the castle, which was even more splendid than he had expected, for it was built of crystal, and all its ornaments were of massive gold.

However, he had no thoughts to spare for its beauty, and quickly buried his grain of sand in the earth.

In one instant the gates flew open, and all the dwellers inside fell sound asleep. Saphir flew straight to the stable, and already had his hand on the finest horse it contained, when his eye was caught by a suit of magnificent harness hanging up close by.

Suddenly the people in the castle became broad awake, and rushed to the stable. They flung themselves on the Prince, seized him, and dragged him before their lord; but, luckily for the Prince, who could only find very lame excuses for his conduct, the lord of the castle took a fancy to his face, and let him depart without further questions. Very sad, and very much ashamed of himself poor Saphir crept back to the fountain, where the Frog was awaiting him with a good scolding.

She directed him to do just as he had done before, with only this difference, that instead of going to the stable which had been the ruin of his hopes, he was to enter right into the castle itself, and to glide as fast as he could down the passages till he came to a room filled with perfume, where he would find a beautiful maiden asleep on a bed.

He was to wake the maiden instantly and carry her off, and to be sure not to pay any heed to whatever resistance she might make.

The gate opened, the inhabitants fell sound asleep, and he walked down the passage till he found the girl on her bed, exactly as he had been told he would. He woke her, and begged her firmly, but politely, to follow him quickly. After a little persuasion the maiden consented, but only on condition that she was allowed first to put on her dress. He was so vexed with his own folly, and so taken aback at the disaster, that he did not attempt to explain his conduct, and things would have gone badly with him if his friends the fairies had not softened the hearts of his captors, so that they once more allowed him to leave quietly.

However, what troubled him most was the idea of having to meet the Frog who had been his benefactress. How was he ever to appear before her with this tale? Still, after a long struggle with himself, he made up his mind that there was nothing else to be done, and that he deserved whatever she might say to him. But be careful not to return to the stable or to the bedroom; they have proved too fatal to you.

Walk straight to the garden and enter through a portico, into a small green wood, in the midst of which is a tree with a trunk of gold and leaves of emeralds. Perched on this tree you will see the beautiful bird you have been seeking so long.

You must cut the branch on which it is sitting, and bring it back to me without delay. But I warn you solemnly that if you disobey my directions, as you have done twice before, you have nothing more to expect either of me or anyone else.

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He found it all just as he had been told: the portico, the wood, the magnificent tree, and the beautiful bird, which was sleeping soundly on one of the branches. He speedily lopped off the branch, and though he noticed a splendid golden cage hanging close by, which would have been very useful for the bird to travel in, he left it alone, and came back to the fountain, holding his breath and walking on tip-toe all the way, for fear lest he should awake his prize.

But what was his surprise, when instead of finding the fountain in the spot where he had left it, he saw in its place a little rustic palace built in the best taste, and standing in the doorway a charming maiden, at whose sight his mind seemed to give way.

Is it you? After some time spent in the most tender conversation, the Prince could not restrain himself from asking the lovely by what lucky chance she was wandering in the forest; where the fountain had gone; and if she knew anything of the Frog to whom he owed all his happiness, and to whom he must give up the bird, which, somehow or other, was still sound asleep.

Let me tell you my story; it is not a long one. I know neither my country nor my parents, and the only thing I can say for certain is that I am called Serpentine. What struck me from day one is how genuinely caring the staff at The Little Green Frog are and how well they know our son, Stefan. As a family, this is not the only nursery that we have experience of and I would most definitely recommend this nursery above all others.

Hosker Parent My daughter went to Little Green Frog when it opened in and was there until she went to school in She was happy safe and secure so there was no question as to which nursery my son would start to attend in It is a testament to the nursery that a lot of the staff remain from when my daughter attended. I know he eats well and has tremendous fun which is also educational and encourages his development. The Little Green Frog is not the cheapest nursery around, but you get what you pay for — caring supportive staff that promote developmental, fun play with excellent food and a safe and secure environment.

They have had their unique interests supported and developed, their Care Bears Key workers have helped them to build create and imagine a little further than they could do on their own. They have both developed confidently, creatively and happily from the care that they have received. Adam Westhead.A gorgeous bird appeared at his window one day, and he felt well again, but the bird vanished. Biddy knows the meaning of a surrendered life-and lives it!

The gate opened, the inhabitants fell sound asleep, and he walked down the passage till he found the girl on her bed, exactly as he had been told he would.

Perched on this tree you will see the beautiful bird you have been seeking so long. The Little Green Frog. The Little Green Frog is not the cheapest nursery around, but you get what you pay for — caring supportive staff that promote developmental, fun play with excellent food and a safe and secure environment.

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All kinds of questions raced through Biddy Forrester's mind as she prepared to leave her mission home in China. As to the other King, he was really fond of his wife, Queen Constance, but he often grieved her by his thoughtless ways, and in order to punish him for his carelessness, the fairies caused her to die quite suddenly. What would you like to know about this product?

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