"First Pocket Books hardcover printing November 1993" stated on copyright page; A Muppet Press Book; hardbound; very good condition with unmarked pages; dust jacket very good.
The cover of the book depicts Kermit as Atlas, spoofing Lee Lawrie's famous sculpture on Fifth Avenue at Rockefeller Center in New York City.
What Miss Piggy did for the '80s, Kermit does for the '90s. After all, when you've always been green, it's only natural that you'll become the ultimate SpokesFrog for an environmentally-conscious decade. Interacting with members of the Muppet family, Kermit shares his particular brand of wit, warmth and wisdom.
- A Frog for All Seasons;
- Finding the Tadpole Within;
- Pigs Just Don't Understand;
- Seven Habits of Highly Effective Frogs;
- The Frog Prince Gets the Last Ribbit;
- French for Frogs;
- I'm Not an Amphibian American, I'm a Frog;
- Frogs of Madison County;
- Green and Mean;
- The Frogal Gourmet;
- Mr. Frog Goes to Washington;
- What Color Is Your Lily Pad?
- Waiter, There's No Fly in My Soup;
- Iron Frog; or, A Fly in the Belly;
- Frogs Who Hop with Women Who Run with Wolves but Can't Keep Up;
- I'm Okay, You're a Pig;
- Frogs in the Military;
- Out on a Log;
- Fly-fishing with Kermit;
- Color Me Kermit;
- Next Up...Talking Frogs Who Date Pigs;
- Diets Don't Work;
- Talk About a Green Thumb;
- What's So Bad About Codependence?
- For Pigs Who Love Too Much;
- The Tao of Kermit;
- Affirmations for Those Who Are Green.