Bill Sanders

A cheerful story about Bill Sanders, a frog who discovers that he likes boys better than girls. Suitable for children aged 3-8.

Author Connie van Gils wrote the story and illustrator Roel Seidell enriched it with his beautiful drawings. The story is narrated in English by Mary-Ann Jacobs. This enables young children to understand the tale by themselves.
Older children can turn off the narrator’s voice and read the story for themselves.

Bill Sanders the frog is badgered by his friends and decides to take a trip to Paris. In Paris he learns how to sing and dance. Once he is famous, Bill returns to his old ditch. There he meets Ted, the frog he used to have a crush on. How will this end?