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Crocodiles

Crocodiles

Bodden, Valerie

Learn all about one of the world's most amazing animals, the crocodile. From scaly crocodiles to snappy crocodiles, find out all about their special skin and how long they can hold their breath

Book. English.
Published London: Franklin Watts, 2014
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Statement of responsibility: by Valerie Bodden
ISBN: 1445129558, 9781445129556
Intended audience: Juvenile. KS1.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note: Originally published: 2012.
Physical Description: 24 pages : illustrations (colour) ; 29 cm.
Series: Animals are amazing
Subject: Crocodiles Pictorial works Juvenile literature.; Animals.; Non-Fiction 5+.; Crocodiles Juvenile literature.
Series Title: Animals are amazing.

Description

Learn all about one of the world's most amazing animals - the crocodile! Scaly crocodiles, sleepy crocodiles, giant crocodiles, snappy crocodiles. Find out about what makes a crocodile's skin so special and how long they can hold their breath.

Crocodile are one of the world's most iconic reptiles. These enormous and deadly predators have a fearsome reputation. Huge, vibrant pictures combined with simple, factual text really bring these creatures to life and will introduce young children to some of the main facts and features that make crocodiles so special. A short story at the end of the book from Africa, also introduces the idea of animals in mythology and storytelling.

Crocodiles is part of the series Animals Are Amazing - a big picture introduction to some brilliant animals for children aged 5-7 / KS1