Solomon Crocodile

Solomon Crocodile

Book - 2011
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Poor Solomon is looking for some fun, but no-one wants to play. The dragonflies tell him to buzz off, the storks get in a flap, and the hippo? Well, the less said about the hippo, the better But then somebody else starts causing trouble - and for once it is not Solomon.
Publisher: London [England] : Macmillan Children's Books, 2011.
ISBN: 9780230529229
Branch Call Number: E RAY
Picture books R PBK
Characteristics: 32 unnumbered pages :,color illustrations ;,22 x 27 cm


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PimaLib_Kids Mar 21, 2016

Solomon Crocodile makes the frogs jump, bugs the dragonflies and stalks the storks. Then he tries to mess with the biggest hippo in the river, but fails! William, age 9.

LibrLdyMapleValley Jan 23, 2015

"Uh-Oh, here comes trouble!" It's right there on the front cover of this picture book by Cahterine Rayner called Solomon Crocodile. And he is trouble... and a pest and a nuisance. Finally, after much rowdiness, Solomon sadly realizes that no one wants to play with him. Bummer. Then he meets his glorious match and the swamp rocks with their troublesome ways.
This is a beautifully illustrated (think splashy color) simple story of friendship that will make your young crocs laugh and possibly do some mud stomping right along with Solomon. This is a rowdy read perfect for children who like to join in the action.

McIndoo Nov 26, 2011

Solomon is seen as nothing but a pest by the frogs, dragonflies, storks, hippos and nobody wants to play with him! But there is someone who might think differently-another pesky croc!

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blue_fish_406 Aug 08, 2012

blue_fish_406 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 5 and 6


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