Meet Burgess Frogwell, an irritable, worrisome frog with a dull, problem-riddled life. In fact, come on and meet him on his worstest-worst day ever, when a domino effect of trips, falls and foibles brings him to his breaking point, inspiring a wise and sincere question: why (dare I ask) do I get what I get? No sooner than he utters the words, a bird flies into his well and playfully points him towards the answers he already has. Join the frog and the dove on a marvelous adventure through the imagination, down most excellent pathways of thought, to the destination this frog so eagerly seeks: feelgoodness.
An empowering tale of the simple way to emotional sovereignty, The Well in the Frog serves as a rhyming visual map of the inner landscape; the one reflected outside ourselves 24-7. It connects the dots between thought, emotion and the life one experiences. It depicts the inner mechanics and influences determining, well, precisely why you get what you get. It is a most important action story, where the first action taken is always a thought. A perfect orientation to life for anyone at any age, the Well in the Frog invites you to cheer for Mr. Frogwell as he catches a wave to becoming himself again. (Hey, and just so you know: if Mr. Frogwell can do it, anyone can.)