Tale: The Frog Prince
Oupon a time, a princess lost her golden ball in a deep pond.
She was very sad. She promised “If any one can find my golden ball, I will do anything.”
A frog said he can help her to get it out, but he will be with her, eat at her table and sleep on her pillow and she had to kiss him.
She promised him. After the frog getting the ball for her, she forgot her promise and run off to the castle.
The frog followed her to the castle.
The king made the princess keep her promise.
The frog ate off her plate, and drank out of her glass, and slept in her bedroom on her pillow.
She did not want the frog to that. Instead, she picked him up and thrown him to the wall.
The frog was not angry but he told her that she had to do kiss him to finish her final promise. So, she did it.
Suddenly, the ugly frog turned into a handsome prince.
The prince explained how he was changed into a frog by a wicked witch and doomed to remain in that form until a princess kissed him.
They fell in love and married.
On the wedding day, a splendid carriage arrived, driven by the prince's faithful steward, Hans.
Hans had been so unhappy when his master was changed into a frog that he put three iron bands around his heart to prevent it from bursting with sorrow.
During the drive the iron bands crack opened because Hans was so happy to see his master restored to his former shape and traveling to his kingdom with a beautiful bride.
The prince and princess never forget the faithful Hans, who loved his master so well.