Nana HuchyFrank the Frog
Frank used to be a self-conscious frog. As an amphibious creature, he felt judged for belonging to both water and land. He always had a nervous look on his face. The other frogs moved between habitats without a care, but Frank couldn’t shake off those sly glances from a nearby black sheep. Until the arrival of Bill the duck. You see, Frank grew up in a duck-free pond. So when Bill began cruising in and out of the water rocking his Mohawk, he inspired Frank to embrace his true amphibious self. The expression on Frank’s face changed the moment he set eyes on Bill, and has been the same ever since.