Relocating the Fairytale: The Frog Prince - Kayapo edition
Another one where I have gone back to the original tale, rather than the Disney variation.
The young girl loses a precious object - possibly a pendant or lip plate or something of the variety (golden balls, I suspect, less common in the middle of the rain forest) - in the river and a frog offers to find it for her in exchange that she lets him sleep in the hammock beside her.
The girl is doubtful and wary, particularly as the frog is of a poisonous variety, but he fetches her precious item from the bottom of the pool with a lot of effort because he is very tiny.
The girl takes her possession and flees, but the frog holds her to her arrangement and seeks her in her village. Reluctantly, she agrees to let him sleep in her hammock, and come the morning, she has something of a surprise.