The Selfish Crocodile Library
Written by Faustin Charles
Illustrated by Michael Terry
Lovereading4kids Price £3.99
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The Selfish Crocodile Library by Faustin CharlesThis small library, perfect for little baby hands, features not only the selfish crocodile but a whole host of his friends, as familiar themes for pre-school readers are explored. Children will relish learning about numbers, colours, animals, sounds, food and first words in these bright and brilliant board books.
'The illustrations are wonderfully expressive, and it's a simple tale with a good moral that deserves retelling - night, after night, after night!'
'The Selfish Crocodile Library sees the return of a much-loved character created by Faustin Charles ... Michael Terry's illustrations have instant appeal and are well pitched for the age range with their balance of colour, humour and clarity'
About the Author
Multiple copy pack
Contains 6 Board books
Interest Age: To 3
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6th June 2011
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