Mr. Greene has dreams. Different dreams. Dreams of being a tadpole and learning life’s lessons in the school of soon to be frogs. He has other dreams. Dreams of being taken from his mother, never to see her again. Dreams of beatings by ‘the man.’ So Mr. Greene doesn’t talk. He avoids people. He only works at night, cleaning a building in a set routine that anyone, even he could do. Until one day he is asked to do more. Now Mr. Greene must find ways to be more than he ever thought he could be.
" Five-plus stars to My Life As a Frog. It's by far the most unique story you'll read this year. Thoroughly unpredictable and well-written, the characters are alive and believable, and you'll feel you're right there beside Mr. Greene, buffing the entryways and raising the performance bar for his team of cleaners from dusk til dawn each day. " - Publishers Daily Reviews