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by David Small,Bonny Becker

ePub The Christmas Crocodile download
Author:
David Small,Bonny Becker
ISBN13:
978-0689815034
ISBN:
0689815034
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Publisher:
Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing; 1st edition (October 1, 1998)
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Subcategory:
Holidays & Celebrations
ePub file:
1416 kb
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1169 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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155

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by Bonny Becker (Author), David Small (Illustrator). Bonny Becker is the author of the popular Bear and Mouse series of picture books, illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton, including the New York Times bestseller A Visitor for Bear

by Bonny Becker (Author), David Small (Illustrator). Bonny Becker is the author of the popular Bear and Mouse series of picture books, illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton, including the New York Times bestseller A Visitor for Bear. She is also the author of a number of award-winning picture books and middle-grade novels. Becker lives in Seattle, where she writes full-time and teaches at the Northwest Institute of Literary Arts.

The Christmas Crocodile book. Plus it has David Small's deliciously detailed illustrations Winning a copy was my first opportunity to read The Christmas Crocodile-thank you, Nancy Pearl, for bringing this classic back. This is one of Bonny's earlier picture books that has been out of print until this Kindle version was released. Not to worry, though, it has all the trademark "Beckerisms": wry humor, a clever repeating phrase, memorable characters, and an ordinary, everyday problem disguised in extraordinary circumstances.

The Christmas Crocodile - Nancy Pearl's Book Crush Rediscoveries (Hardback). Bonny Becker (author), David Small (illustrator).

David Small (born February 12, 1945) is an American writer and illustrator who is best known for children's picture books. His books have been awarded a Caldecott Medal and two Caldecott Honors, among other recognition

David Small (born February 12, 1945) is an American writer and illustrator who is best known for children's picture books. His books have been awarded a Caldecott Medal and two Caldecott Honors, among other recognition. David Small was born in Detroit, Michigan. He began drawing at the age of two years, and health problems that kept him home for much of his childhood, also led to his developing his drawing skills. He attended Cass Technical High School and wrote plays throughout his teenage years.

Bonny Becker, David Small. From Caldecott-winning illustrator David Small and bestselling author Bonny Becker, an unforgettable Christmas story that will leave the whole family giggling. From Caldecott-winning illustrator David Small and bestselling author Bonny Becker, an unforgettable Christmas story that will leave the whole family giggling

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The Christmas Crocodile didn't mean to be bad, not really. The Christmas Crocodile belongs to Bonny Becker and David Small. Drew it quickly a few minutes ago, if you're wondering about the bad color job. G'night, folks.

The Christmas Crocodile doesn't mean to be bad, but soon he is eating everything in the house, even the Christmas tree

The Christmas Crocodile doesn't mean to be bad, but soon he is eating everything in the house, even the Christmas tree. Alice Jayne's family can't agree on what to do with the Christmas Crocodile, but Alice Jayne wants to give him a home.

by Bonny Becker · David Small. On Christmas Eve Alice Jayne finds a crocodile under the tree. The Christmas Crocodile doesn't mean to be bad, not really, but soon he is eating everything in the house, even the Christmas tree! "Send the beast to Africa," huffs Uncle Theodore.

One Christmas Eve, Alice Jayne finds a crocodile under the tree, and before long he has eaten the Christmas roast and all the presents, leaving everyone anxious to get rid of him, except for Alice Jayne.
  • This book is a hoot. I think I was more excited to receive it and read it than the kids were. That said, it quickly became a family favorite, and I can see us reading this every year for the holidays. It works on multiple levels: younger readers will be mostly amused by the antics of the titular character, while older kids will appreciate the "twist" ending, and the adults the allusions to the Victorian/Edwardian period from which the book's visuals draw inspiration (hint: Uncle Theodore certainly resembles an avid nature lover who became president in the early 20th century).

  • The book description and cover made it sound it was aimed at a younger audience. The "humor" went way over my 3 year olds head. We didn't find it funny. We found it depressing. The crocodile eats all of the Christmas things and ruined things. It's like the Lemony Snickets Christmas holiday. Debating saving it for when she's older or passing it along.

  • What would you do if you found a Crocodile under your Christmas tree....laugh out loud and enjoy reading about it. I enjoyed the pictures and laughed at each family member idea on what to do with the destructive crocodile. I have to say that my nephew and any new little member of our family will receive this book from me at Christmas. Great job Bonny Becker!

  • We purchased several of these to send to cousins for Christmas and to keep at our own home—our children (2, 3 years old) loved it as did older cousins (9 and 10 years old). It is a very silly book, but our kids are used to those at our house :) The illustrations are delightful!

  • I love this book, I bought it for my kids and for my nieces! The funny gift is only compounded by the family's silly reactions to his hungry antics. At Christmas they had me read this book EVERY day, in the case of my daughter again and again and again...

  • For my niece's daughter, again. This young lady just loves to read. She loves books, and she reads and understands the words she is reading.
    Great gift.
    Carole

  • Sent to 6 yr old grandson per recommendation of Amazon for his age group reading- He loves it! Says the story is lots of fun! You can get e-book, too!

  • I LOVE this book!!!!!!!!!!! So funny! The book a in PERFECT condition! It’s so perfect I’m not going to share with my kids! Lol