Bertie Stories in Order of Publication
By HRH Prince Bertie the Frog Download the audio here. Or use the play button to listen now: Now, this morning it is a bit cold in this part of the world. Mr Frosty has been to visit, and the vegetable patch is white and glistening. There is ice on the pond. Brrrr, said Colin [...]
The story that sets up the Bertie series. How and why Prince Bertie was turned into a frog by the wicked step-mother of Princess Beatrice.
The annual Easter Egg hunt in the Palace Garden is heading for disaster, and Prince Bertie the Frog is about to take the blame for eating the eggs belonging to the children.
How Prince Bertie slew a Welsh dragon and won the hand of the Lovely Princess Beatrice. An adventure from the time before Bertie was turned into a frog.
About the time when Bertie was a just a small prince-ling and he decided to run away from the palace. He finds that the world outside can be quite rough when nobody knows that you are really a royal in disguise.
The pond-life were amazed when Tim suggested that all the fishes, frogs, and tadpoles should have swimming lessons. In fact, Colin the Carp said that was the silliest thing he had ever heard.
When Beatrice was just a teenage princess in training, she entered The Sweetest Princess Competition. Up until now, the inside story has been kept secret, but Sadie the Swan has persuaded Bertie to reveal all.
The lovely princess Beatrice is on holiday – but she can get no rest because she is constantly being photographed. The newspapers back home are saying some really rude things about her. Bertie is shocked and comes to the rescue.
After a huge argument on the pond Colin the Grumpy Carp was forced to reveal the secret of how he got his grouch. We now tell the story. Get your hankies ready, because this one is a real tear jerker.
This a rather scary story, particularly if you are a very small tadpole. Halloween is the most frightening night the year, or it is the most scrummy night of the year, depending on whether you are on the right or wrong end of a trick or a treat.