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Title:
Transformed : the perils of the Frog Prince / Megan Morrison.
ISBN:
9781338113921

9781338113938
Edition:
First edition.
Publication Information:
New York, NY : Arthur A. Levine Books, an imprint of Scholastic Inc., 2019.

©2019
Physical Description:
355 pages : maps ; 22 cm.
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Abstract:
Prince Syrah of the Olive Isles used to be human (and a jerk), but for the last fifteen months he has been a frog (still a jerk) and he would really, really, like to be human again; although life has been a little better since Rapunzel found him, the spell he is under prevents people from realizing who he is--his one advantage is that he can hear people's thoughts when his skin is in contact with them, and hopefully he can use that to save Rapunzel and Jack, and earn his humanity back.
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Summary

Summary

Megan Morrison continues her acclaimed fantasy series of fractured fairytale fun!

Syrah Huanui is a frog. He wasn't always one--once he was a Prince of the Olive Isles, a champion launchball player, a beloved favorite of all.

Or so he thought! After accidentally (OK, intentionally) letting a love letter from the cloying Deli Gourd get published for everyone to read, his fed-up family kicks him out. And an unfortunate encounter with a Wishing Well leaves him trapped in the body of a frog, with no hope of transforming back.

A year later, Syrah finds himself in Yellow alongside who else: Deli. A sudden, deadly plague has started to run through the country, right before a crucial election for Governor. Syrah isn't sure he'll ever become himself again, or if anyone will ever realize that it's HIM in there, but he is sure he might be able to help stop whatever evil is going on...


Author Notes

Megan Morrison is a middle-school drama teacher and a writer. She cofounded the Harry Potter fanfiction site the Sugar Quill, and has been developing the world of Tyme since 2003. She lives near Seattle, Washington, with her family. Please visit her website at www.meganmorrison.net and her blog at makingtyme.blogspot.com, and follow her on Twitter at @megtyme.