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by Fred Marcellino

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Author:
Fred Marcellino
ISBN13:
978-0062051998
ISBN:
0062051997
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Publisher:
HarperCollins; 1st edition (September 22, 1999)
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Subcategory:
Animals
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1632 kb
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. While robbing Egypt's mummies, sphinxes, and palm trees, Napoleon can't resist bringing home a souvenir crocodile as well. All Paris is enchanted with this exotic creature. His most recent books, The Story of Little Babaji and Ouch! are both ALA Notable Children's Books.

The first Fred Marcellino book in 20 years came out on September 10: Arrivederci, Crocodile. A special thanks to Fred’s dear friend and literary agent Holly McGhee who began the project with him and never gave up on it, as well as Caitlyn Dlouhy and everyone at Atheneum Books for making it all happen. Fred wrote the book and got about halfway through the illustrations before he died. The book was completed by Eric Puybaret. You should check out his work: ericpuybaret. 19 August ·. Mark your calendars

This is a short film about Fred Marcellino and his book, "I, Crocodile. It will be shown at the "Dancing by the Light of the Moon" exhibition at the National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature in June 2011.

This is a short film about Fred Marcellino and his book, "I, Crocodile. Crocodile Vs Shark - Who Will Be The Winner ?? Sky Animals. 1,341,648 Views · August 17.

Fred Marcellino (October 25, 1939 – July 12, 2001) was an American illustrator and later an author of children's books who was very influential in the book industry

Fred Marcellino (October 25, 1939 – July 12, 2001) was an American illustrator and later an author of children's books who was very influential in the book industry. Publisher Nan Talese said that Marcellino could "in one image, translate the whole feeling and style of a book.

This first picture book that Marcellino (Puss in Boots) has both written and illustrated is a p. e de . istance. Inspired by an obscure nineteenth-century French satire, I, Crocodile is the first book Fred Marcelli has written as well as illustrated

This first picture book that Marcellino (Puss in Boots) has both written and illustrated is a p. And a sphinx and an obelisk. In refined watercolour spreads, Napoleon's soldiers obligingly plunder temples and, as an afterthought, snare the crocodile, too. See details. Inspired by an obscure nineteenth-century French satire, I, Crocodile is the first book Fred Marcelli has written as well as illustrated. 2000 ALA Notable Children's Book1999 New York Times Best Illustrated Book. 2000-2001 Georgia's Picture Storybook Award & Georgia's Children's Book Award Masterlist. 2000 ALA Notable Children's Books.

Inspired by an obscure nineteenth-century French satire, I, Crocodile is the first book Fred Marcellino has written as well as illustrated. 2000 ALA Notable Children's Book 1999 New York Times Best Illustrated Book.

Arrivederci, Crocodile by Fred Marcellino - Can a hungry crocodile trick-and eat!-his . Pack away your pasta-Crocodile is heading to Italy in this long-awaited sequel to Fred Marcellino’s award-winning I, Crocodile

Arrivederci, Crocodile by Fred Marcellino - Can a hungry crocodile trick-and eat!-his way through Italian high society? Pack away your pasta-Crocodile is heading. Pack away your pasta-Crocodile is heading to Italy in this long-awaited sequel to Fred Marcellino’s award-winning I, Crocodile. First that dastardly Napoleon kidnapped Crocodile from his beloved Egypt, then he dragged him to Paris to be gawked at, and THEN he tried to eat him! Luckily our dear croc escaped, but while Parisian life may be glamorous, life in Paris’s sewers is not. If only Napoleon had taken Crocodile to a more aquatic reptile–friendly city.

I Crocodile" ranks with the greatest of the great. One is for a 3rd grader as a reward for reading books during our Book-A-Thon.

Ah, the contented life of a Nile crocodile, direct descendant of the ancient Pharaoh-worshiped Egyptian crocs. I Crocodile" ranks with the greatest of the great.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for I Crocodile Pb by Fred Marcellino (Paperback, 2002) at the best . Catalogue Number: 9780060088590. Missing Information?. Read full description.

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illustrated by Fred Marcellino. Inspired by an obscure nineteenth-century French satire, I, Crocodile is the first book Fred Marcellino has written as well as illustrated.

While robbing Egypt's mummies, sphinxes, and palm trees, Napoleon can't resist bringing home a souvenir crocodile as well. All Paris is enchanted with this exotic creature. But for a crocodile with an appetite as big as his ego, being the toast of the town has its downside, too. What's a crocodile who's used to a dinner of flamingo, snake, or mongoose to make of chocolate mousse? Oh, to return to his beloved Nile! But fickle Napoleon has other plans for our hero...

Inspired by an obscure nineteenth-century French satire, I, Crocodile is the first book Fred Marcellino has written as well as illustrated.

2000 ALA Notable Children's Book1999 New York Times Best Illustrated Book

2000-2001 Georgia's Picture Storybook Award & Georgia's Children's Book Award Masterlist

2000 ALA Notable Children's Books

  • my grandson and his parents love the humor of this book. It has fast become his favorite!

  • I would caution parents buying this for a young child. The story ends with the crocodile eating a lady for dinner. The sarcasm and "sophisticated" language used in the book is more suited for an adult. The illustrations are lovely but I felt I needed to pull this book off my son's shelf because of the storyline and the language. I would prefer that he not learn about words such as "bozos", etc...

  • Since the crocodile is the narrator, the reader gets insight about his idyllic life in Egypt which is interrupted by Napoleon. The emperor to be takes every Egyptian object that catches his fancy, from an obelisk to a lounging crocodile. In Paris, he garners a lot of attention, but people's fancies change. Crocodile is smart enough to save himself and find happiness.

  • After finding this in the Library, I had to buy it for my family as it is one of our all time favorites. This book is very well written with humor and entertainment in mind. The art work is done very well and has a good story behind it. This is a must have for anyone with kids!

  • This charming picture book also teaches a small segment of French history. I just went to Paris and saw the obelisk and the fountain for myself!

  • Wonderful !

  • Loved the cover! Had higher expectations

  • Wonderful for children and a hoot to read for adults.