Golfing Teddy And The Frog Prince
Richard Trinder, Editor
Author and retired physics teacher, Heather Cawdry, has created a series of charming little books that manage to combine two of her keen interests: golf and science.
I strongly suspect that a lifelong love of Teddy Bears may play some part of her thought process as well.
Heather is a retired captain of the Yorkshire Ladies golf team. She first employed a teddy bear - replete with golf club - as her team's mascot in 1998. He (the Teddy Bear), with some assistance from the ladies team, went on to win the Northern Championship, and later became English Champions.
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Golfing Teddy and the Frog Prince, just one of the 'Golfing Teddy' series, is a charming fairy tale romp along the banks of a small pond. We encounter Freddie the Frog, a Princess and an unsurprisingly handsome Prince.
Along the way, Heather teaches us how frogspawn becomes tadpoles and eventually frogs. The science behind the transmogrification of a frog into a handsome prince is glossed over - but this is meant to be light reading after all.
Lots of pictures of Golfing Ted and lovely illustrations by Hollie Nevison and Sue Porter complete this delightful stocking filler.
Here's a link to the Amazon page if you want to know more.
Golfing Teddy And The Frog Prince, 24th November 2017, 11:46 AM