Scared or Not, Mr Croc by Jo Lodge
  

Synopsis

Scared or Not, Mr Croc by Jo Lodge

It's nighttime and Mr Croc is having a sleepover with all his friends. But snappy things keep popping up. Who's scared? Will it be Mr Croc?

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Jo Lodge's delightful Mr Croc series... boasts fabulous pop-ups...

! Knock! Mr Croc: A beautifully designed and well-constructed book. Knock! Knock! Mr Croc will amuse and delight children again and again. Books for Keeps Excellent... vibrant, colourful illustrations grab the reader's eye. Fun to share. The Reading Tub Features excellent pop-ups that are sure to delight young readers. CurledUpKids.com

About the Author

Jo Lodge is an illustrator and paper engineer and was greatly influenced by her artistic parents - her mother, Maureen Roffey, an illustrator, and her father Bernard Lodge, a graphic designer. Jo graduated with a fashion degree from Kingston University and worked for a knitwear company designing their main collection and consulting on projects for Next, Marks & Spencer and Saks Fifth Avenue. Jo is probably best known for her Mr Croc books - over a million copies sold worldwide - but her first books were published by Rod Campbell in 1996 and she is still published by Campbell Books today. She lives in West Sussex with her husband and two sons.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
12 pages

Author

Jo Lodge
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Publisher

Hodder Children's Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

4th August 2011

ISBN

9780340998854


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