Croc On The Rock by Marion Clark


Croc On The Rock by Marion Clark

A jaunty rhyming story about a crotchety croc who likes nothing better than to bask on his rock and chase the other animals out of the river. But once he has splashed around and enjoyed the river all to himself, the Croc realises that a world without friends is no fun at all and sharing the river is the best way to enjoy it.

About the Author

Marion Clark was born in Glasgow in 1963 and is married with two children. Marion was a stay at home mum and from a very young age wrote stories and poetry. Her love of rhythm and rhyme in her poetry added a flow that appealed strongly to her. She was encouraged at primary school by a treasured teacher Miss Armstrong, to write often and always with emotion and is adamant that all children should be taught English with fun, humour and passion. Marion loves to write children's picture books as she finds them entertaining and fun to compose, and hopes that they make her readers laugh and smile. The Croc on the Rock is Marion's first children's picture book which is being illustrated by the talented artist and writer Tanya Fenton. Marion writes other genres of books as well under numerous pseudonyms.

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24 pages


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Publication date

30th April 2013



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