- 32 pages
- Standard Color
- 8.5 x 8.5 inches
- Early Childhood (under 7 yrs old)
- Juvenile Fiction, Social Issues, Emotions & Feelings
- Juvenile Fiction, Stories In Verse
- Juvenile Fiction, Social Issues, Self-Esteem & Self-Reliance
Self-esteem, Anthropomorphism, Depression, Empowerment, Friendship, Encouragement, Confidence
The Frog With a Frown
Todd G. Sorrell
A good self-esteem is a tricky target. The journey through childhood is filled with emotional roadblocks, and trying to arrive at young adulthood with a strong sense of self-worth can be the most challenging.
In this touching tale, a sad and lonely frog is reminded by a wise dragonfly that even the most simple, intrinsic qualities we have make us special and unique. We are all reminded to shed our former negative thoughts and trade them for the treasures within.
The son of an international award-winning dolphin trainer, Todd G. Sorrell shared living space with a menagerie of animals in his Hawaii home. Geese, goats, weasels, parrots, mynah birds, rabbits, dogs, cats, and turtles all counted as siblings. When not spending hours trying to master French, Japanese and Ilocano language skills, he found relief in conversing with his furry and feathered friends. He readily admits to having superior linguistic abilities with the animals. "It borders on telepathic," he says. "And the accents are less tricky."
What People are Saying
The Frog With a Frown will be available in the FriesenPress Bookstore soon.
Learn how you can self-publish your own book with FriesenPress.Download Publishing Guide