What a Croc!
Annotation:Moris, aka Little Croc, wants a pet but instead of a pet he gets a new baby sister named Doris which is very inconvenient! Can Moris learn to live with Doris and not get himself in any trouble?! Read to find out how Moris deals with being a big brother when his own big brother Boris has no time for him.
Annotation:It's time to catch some pesky monkeys and while Mr. Crocodile tries and tries to do just that, in the end he decides it's better to make friends with the monkeys rather than eat them! Sweet playful story!
Annotation:Solomon is seen as nothing but a pest by the frogs, dragonflies, storks, hippos and nobody wants to play with him! But there is someone who might think differently-another pesky croc! This is a very enjoyable book with over-sized illustrations by the same author of "Ernest, the Moose Who Doesn't Fit", another book about someone who feels out of place in the world.
Annotation:A clever monkey who only has a lemon tree on her island outsmarts a sea of crocodiles to get to a tree of bananas that is located across the Sillabobble Sea! Read to see out how she achieves her dangerous goal! Great book for practicing numbers and counting!
Annotation:These crocs are not well behaved, they snap, they growl, they take over your furniture and house, they hide your pet and still declare their love to you! Very funny and a little scary too with a surprising ending!
Annotation:An overly confident croc tries to prove that crocodiles are the best animals of all by: swinging through trees better than an orangutan, nibbling grass better than two rabbits, climbing a mountain better than a mountain goat, and bouncing better than a kangaroo. In the end there is something that he cannot do that a donkey does very well! Read to find out why nothing is better than being a donkey!
Annotation:This is a fun oversized board book with great flaps and pop-ups on every page depicting different sports such as tennis, swimming, sprinting and cycling. See Mr. Croc win a medal! Great for toddlers!
Annotation:Lyle is a house crocodile living happily with the Primm family at East 88th Street where he is a valuable member of the family. But he doesn't get along very well with the neighbour's cat, Loretta, who is scared of him, and he gets sent to live at the Zoo by Mr. Grumps' complaints. Will Lyle win over Loretta and Mr. Grumps in the end? And how does a pajama sale at the mall fit into the story?!Read to find out! This book is a longer tale than the rest on this list, great for 6+.
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Crocodiles can be scary, but they can also be a lot of fun! Read all about them in these ten picture books that star all sorts of crocs with different personalities and stories! Great for 3-6 year-olds!
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