The Crocodile Who Came for Dinner - The Lamb Who Came For Dinner (Hardback)
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The Crocodile Who Came for Dinner - The Lamb Who Came For Dinner (Hardback)

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Hardback 32 Pages / Published: 01/04/2021
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Hotpot and Wolf have found an egg. A CROCODILE egg! Is the crocodile a fearsome, ferocious beast? No! He's snuggly, cuddly and looking for some friends.
A book about challenging stereotypes and finding friends.

Publisher: Little Tiger Press Group
ISBN: 9781788815956
Number of pages: 32
Dimensions: 236 x 270 x 9 mm

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Whispering Stories

“A book that is about fighting stereotypes is a fabulous asset for any child”

The Crocodile Who Came for Dinner is a hardcover, children’s picture book about fighting stereotypes. Friends Hotpot (a lamb) and Wolf (a wolf), find an egg. Wolf wants to make an omelette with it but Hotpot tells him... More

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“Fantastic”

Great children's story!
Funny with a little touch of peril.
Brilliantly illustrated, certainly recommended.

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