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Clulow, Helen

Helen Clulow is a graduate of the University of Queensland where she studied Ancient and Modern History. After short stints as a picture framer and library assistant she became a full time artist and writer. Helen lives in Brisbane with her husband, son and a chihuahua named Squirty. "The Frog Prince of Barker’s Bay" is her first novel.
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The Frog Prince Of Barker's Bay

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"I'm not weird. Alright, I admit I sometimes do stupid things, like the time I advertised my sister's room for rent, but in general I am not weird. Kissing frogs, I know, qualifies as weird, but ... " Alison Atherton thinks nothing could be worse than having a national pickled-onion-eating champion for a Dad. But then she receives a mysterious birthday wish from her eccentric aunt ... Suddenly, Alison finds herself on a frog-kissing frenzy trying to make her wish come true. But she gets more than she bargains for when Errol the frog prince appears. It's fun and mayhem in this wacky adventure as Alison and Errol come to understand the meaning of loyalty and true friendship.