Im an Alligator. Im a Crocodile.

Im an Alligator. Im a Crocodile.➶ [Read] ➲ Im an Alligator. Im a Crocodile. By Shawn Persinger ➾ – Bluevapours.co.uk Did you ever wonder What's the difference between an alligator and a crocodile What about a seal and a sea lion A rabbit and a hare Or a dozen other animals that are similar but different Well wonder Did you Alligator. Im PDF ´ ever wonder What's the difference between an alligator and a crocodile What about a seal and a sea lion A rabbit and a hare Or a dozen other animals that are similar but different Well wonder noThe nonfiction children's picture book I'm an Alligator I'm a Crocodile sets the record straight with a playful look at the exciting world of amphibians birds insects mammals and reptiles Perfect for agesand kids of all ages that Im an PDF \ means adults too.

Shawn Persinger Alligator. Im PDF ´ aka Prester John is an unusual author and musician He has written several music books; one children's book; and a myriad of articles essays and lessons for a variety of music magazines and blogs not to mention two unpublished novellas and countless short stories Outsider fringe avant garde uirky are all terms that have been used to describe Persinger's musi.

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  • Hardcover
  • 24 pages
  • Im an Alligator. Im a Crocodile.
  • Shawn Persinger
  • English
  • 03 June 2016
  • 9781631923203

15 thoughts on “Im an Alligator. Im a Crocodile.

  1. Anne Killheffer says:

    My niece will be the kid at the zoo who knows the seals from the sea lions, and the crocodiles from the alligators.


    As a librarian -- and the aunt who always gives books to kids -- I love this picture book. It's full of cool facts about pairs of animals that most people get mixed up, and the facts are reinforced with humorous illustrations.

    The language is clear enough for kids under six, but just a little challenging. Words like "silky," "crest," or "sleek" are great ones for kids to add to their repertoire, and the pictures help make it clear what those words mean.

    This is one of those rare books that is interesting for the adult to read out loud many times over. And kids are really delighted to learn the real scoop about animals... they may soon realize they know more about these animals than than most of the adults they know.

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