Where's My Mommy?

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Tiger Tales, Mar 1, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Newly hatched Little Crocodile doesn't know his mommy. So, he begins a quest through the jungle to find her. First he encounters a monkey and asks, "Are you my mommy?" But Little Crocodile can't do the things a monkey can, so he keeps walking on. He then asks an elephant. But Little Crocodile can't do the things an elephant can do either. Finally after meeting other animals of the jungle, he comes across Zebra who offers to help him in his search. Zebra carries Little Crocodile to the river where he discovers that he can splash in the water just like all the other crocodiles do! But best of all he can "Snap!" just like his Mommy!

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Contents

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Copyright

About the author (2002)

Jo Brown studied textiles and fashion which is evidenced in the use of unusual color combinations, patterns, and textures in her illustrations. Jo also works on a variety of other projects including animation, advertising, ceramics, and toys. She lives in the United Kingdom with her husband and small daughter in Brighton--a city full of inspiration!

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