A retelling of the famous tale by the Brothers Grimm. A prince and princess are about to get married, when the prince is turned into a frog. If that wasn’t bad enough, the princess now absolutely refuses to kiss him. Frogs are just… so gross, after all. With a princess like this, don’t expect a classic ending. Just the same, like any self-respecting fairytale, this story does end with the two living “happily ever after.” It’s just that they do it in their own particular way…………………….
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One of the most renowned, eclectic and unpredictable Italian authors and illustrators, winner of the Italian Andersen Award 2010 as Best All-around Author.He moves between children’s literature, illustration, and theatre, taking advantage of the talents of the lighted blackboard, with which he breathes life into his narratives. He has participated in numerous festivals and cultural events and collaborates with various Italian theatres.