Storytime: Snip Snap Croc by Caroline Castle


Storytime: Snip Snap Croc by Caroline Castle

All the animals are frightened of Snip Snap Croc. She could gobble them up in one bite! But who do these eggs belong to? And what is that tapping sound? The animals are about to learn that even fierce snip snap croc has a softer side. Part of the QED Storytime series, this beautifully illustrated book introduces young children to the pleasures of reading and sharing stories, and includes supporting notes for parents and teachers.

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, QED, Elizabeth Jane Gets Dressed and Mary Ann Can. ANDREW CROWSON is a published author and an illustrator of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Andrew Crowson include Spinning Wheels: Diggers and Dumpers (Spinning Wheels), Spinning Wheels: Race Cars (Spinning Wheels), Submarine Sam (Quarto Children's Book), and Spaceman Sam.

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Book Info


24 pages
Interest Age: From 4


Caroline Castle
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Publication date

1st June 2008



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