Mr Wolf and the Enormous Turnip

(1 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Egmont

Review

Mr Wolf is about to dig up the enormous turnip in his garden for stew when a frog demands his assistance: the kiss of a princess is needed to restore his prince-hood.

Rumbling stomachs ignored, they depart for the palace. The kisses of two hoity-toity princesses fail but garage-mechanic princess number three breaks the enchantment.

However, the resulting prince is definitely un-enchanting. Mr Wolf decides there’s only one solution to the problem (gulp!).

There is much humour in the skilful juxtaposition of two favourite tales – The Frog Prince and The Enormous Turnip – and the perky illustrations are crammed with visual jokes and delightful touches.

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