Thursday, August 15, 2013

Princess Sophia and the Frog by Suzy Liebermann

A wonderful fairy tale about friendship and happiness:

Princess Sophia is a little princess who has everything a little princess could wish for: 
a big castle with many things inside.
However, she is bored and wants to fly to the moon.
One day a little frog comes by and helps her fly high up into the sky.
They come to land on different planets, where Sophia learns about feelings. She also learns that she can choose what mood she surrounds herself with, as this will impact her own.
After her return to the castle she realizes that all she needs to be happy is to be surrounded by good friends.

Over all it was rather cute. I love educational books and it makes it even better when my daughter can read them with me.
Princess Sophia and the Frog is a brightly colored princess book. It inspires happiness and friendship, as it appeals to a young child. What little girl doesn't think she's a princess.
The story is fun, rhyming, and easy to understand. It did have some words that I think could have been replaced with more age friendly words. Nothing like bad words, just words that kids the age this book is targeted for don't readily understand or can pronounce. I guess that's when us parents come to the rescue :)
Overall, I think this would be a wonderful read right before bedtime. Let your little princess dream of flying by an umbrella with a frog as her companion.


A native of Germany and former resident of the Dominican Republic, Mexico, the Islands of the Bahamas and Switzerland, Suzy Liebermann--now living in the USA--has travelled the world in pursuit of language, art, and culture.
Having found it, she now shares it with the world's teachers, parents, and children through educational literature. Leveraging her decades of global experience teaching in German, Spanish, French, and English with a degree in foreign language translation and a master's degree in business management and international business, she launched Happy Language Kids Publications in 2010 as an interactive language learning program for children and their young-at-heart elders.
This program is particularly aligned with the aims and values she upheld as a teacher of cultural art and foreign language at a prestigious International Baccalaureate World School.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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