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Product description

It’s silly to be selfish, as this mean croc learns when he gets sick. Be smart. Be nice. The Selfish Crocodile thinks he owns the river. He’s such a bully he scares all the jungle animals away. But one day, the frightened critters near the waterhole are woken by a groaning crocodile with toothache. Now the Selfish Crocodile needs a friend to look at his huge teeth. But who’ll dare to help? A funny lesson about manners wrapped up in bright, bold jungle colours. It would be selfish to keep this book to ourselves!

  • Classic picture book fun with a lesson about manners
  • Brilliantly bold, witty illustrations by Michael Terry
  • Simple look at the value of friendship and kindness
  • A firm favourite adored by kids and parents worldwide

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780747541936

Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Date published

June 1st, 1998

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 3.5; Lower years; 0.5 points

Other details
  • 32 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

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    kalliyah0
    on 1 June 2012

    it was okay but it is boring i have read more better things than that.

    3out of 5