E. D. Baker

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Elizabeth Dawson Baker[1] is an American children's novelist probably best known for writing the book The Frog Princess, on which the 2009 Disney film The Princess and the Frog is partly based.[2]

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Tales of the Frog Princess series[edit]

  • The Frog Princess (2002)
  • Dragon's Breath (2004)
  • Once Upon A Curse (2004)
  • No Place For Magic (2006)
  • The Salamander Spell (2007)
  • The Dragon Princess (2008)
  • Dragon Kiss (2009)
  • A Prince Among Frogs (2009)

Other books[edit]

  • Fairy Wings (originally titled Wings: A Fairy Tale) (2008)
  • The Wide-Awake Princess (2010)
  • Fairy Lies (sequel to Fairy Wings) (2012)
  • Unlocking the Spell (sequel to The Wide-Awake Princess) (2012)
  • A Question of Magic (2013)
  • The Bravest Princess (sequel to Unlocking the Spell) (2014)
  • Princess in Disguise (sequel to The Bravest Princess) (2015)
  • The Fairy Tale Matchmaker (2014)

References[edit]

  1. ^ About E. D. Baker
  2. ^ "The Princess and The Frog Panel Discussion with Ron Clements & John Musker – D23 Expo.". NERDSociety. 

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