Storytime: Snip Snap Croc by Caroline Castle
  

Storytime: Snip Snap Croc

Written by Caroline Castle
Illustrated by Claire Shorrock
Part of the Storytime Series

Synopsis

Storytime: Snip Snap Croc by Caroline Castle

All the animals are frightened of Snip Snap Croc. She could gobble them up in one bite! Snip Snap Croc swishes her tail and sings to all the creatures on the shore, showing them just how sharp her teeth are. All the mums in the jungle warn their children about the Snip Snap Croc - Mama Baboon and her baby, Mama Meerkat and her little ones, even Mama Lion and her bouncy little cubs. But on the sandy bank, something strange and wonderful is happening: underneath Snip SnapCroc's tummy the ground begins to move, and up to the surface come a clutch of eggs, each carrying a baby Croc. And with 23 little babies all of her own, it's Snip Snap Croc who's singing to her babies to be careful. This timeless book shows that even the scariest animals have a softer side, and is sure to appeal to young lovers of jungle animals everywhere. Beautifully illustrated, QED Storytime introduces young children to the pleasures of reading and sharing stories. Discussion points for parents and teachers are also included.

About the Author

Caroline Castle is the author of several picture book texts as well as two novels for older children. She has also illustrated two picture books for Piccadilly Press, Elizabeth Jane Gets Dressed and Mary Ann Can.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 4 to 7 years

Author

Caroline Castle
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Publisher

QED Publishing

Publication date

21st March 2017

ISBN

9781784937447


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