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A hilarious story about a hungry and hapless crocodile, for fans of How to Give Your Cat a Bath and I Want My Hat Back.
What can crocodile eat?
Canned ham? Too hard to open.
Beef jerky? Gets stuck in teeth.
Eggs? Bite shell, get toothache.
Crocodile must find food. But where?
Though crocodile is surrounded by food, he doesn't know it …
Bedtime has never been more wild! Good Night, Alligator is sure to wear kids out before they are gently tucked into bed.
Armed with her book of alligator facts, little alligator has several good reasons for avoiding bedtime:
Alligators don’t brush their teeth.
They don’t wear pajamas.
And most of all, they DO NOT go to bed.
Luckily, her parent …
When a hungry alligator moves to their town, the residents want him out . . . until they get to know him (and learn what he's actually hungry for!). A timely tale about empathy, acceptance and a community's response to injustice.
Though he's scared at first, a boy who encounters an alligator in the woods soon realizes that all the alligator wants is …
Three of Robert Heidbreder’s most beloved books return in this collector’s box set of mini-books. Bright and charming illustrations by Rae Maté complement the hilarious rhyming text of Crocs at Work, Crocodiles Say, and Crocodiles Play. Treat yourself to the world of these reptilian friends and discover what makes them tick. When one book clos …
“Reminiscent in tone of the 1958 classic What Do You Say, Dear? by Sesyle Joslin and Maurice Sendak, this happy double message gives child readers plenty of freedom to create their own alliances.” —Quill & Quire
In Crocs at Work, the team that created the children’s Crocodiles Play! and Crocodiles Say… tackle the world of work—again with …
Crocs play baseball, basketball, golf and table tennis on the wrong fields and courts, using the incorrect equipment with no respect for the rules. A game of tag is played by crocodiles dressed in tennis shorts, soccer players play hide and seek, and foot-ballers play ring-around-the-rosie.