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Crocs are wild when riled,
But, usually mild
Milder than a mouse
And they want to assure you
They love you, adore you!
Which is why they've moved into your house
Crocs populate scary movies, fenced-in zoo enclosures, and nightmares. But what if a horde of crocs moved in with you?
A boy in need of a vacation heads to a tropical island, expecting rest and relaxation until a horde of crocodiles descend upon him. In David Greenberg's disgustingly funny version, crocs drink Tabasco sauce, get tangled in dental floss, and turn the house in a swamp. In the dramatic climax, the biggest croc of all reveals himself, and in a surprising twist, crowns our hero the king of the crocs. Fans of Snakes!, Slugs, Bugs! and Skunks! will delight in this newest celebration of a creepy creature.
This book was recognised in the Preschool category by the Nappa Gold Award. It was recognised in the Poetry category by the Beehive Award.
This book is aimed at children in preschool.
There are 32 pages in this book. It is an anthology. This book was published 2008 by Little, Brown & Company .
David T. Greenberg, christened 'our emerging poet of Gross' by the New York Times, travels the country giving poetry readings and conducting language arts workshops for teachers and children. Lynn Munsinger is the illustrator of many popular books for children, including One Hungry Monster, Hungry Monster ABC
This book has been nominated for the following awards:
This book was recognised in the Poetry category by the Beehive Award.
Nappa Gold Award
This book was recognised in the Preschool category by the Nappa Gold Award.