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What have you got Mr Croc? One bouncing rabbit.
Join Mr Croc and his animal friends as he has fun counting. Watch out when he starts counting his teeth though! He may be coming to get you.
Fabulous tabs and a pop up once again make this a must have Mr Croc book.
About the Author
Jo Lodge was nominated for the Sainsbury's Baby Book Award in October 2001 for Baby's very first book. Her first six books were published by Rod Campbell. Jo graduated in fashion design from Kingston, and worked for a knitwear company designing their main collection and consulting on projects for Next, Marks and Spencer and Saks Fifth Avenue. Since 1992, she has been freelance.
Another title that will be leapt upon by both sexes is What Have You Got, Mr Croc? (Hodder Children's Books 6.99, pp12), the fourth in Jo Lodge's delightful Mr Croc series. Based on the idea of counting Mr Croc's animal friends, it boasts fabulous pop-ups and a fantastic set of snappy crocodile teeth. All the better to gobble up those summer ice-creams with. [The Observer]
Mr Croc is turning his hand to all sort of magic and wizardry, producing rabbits from hats and kittens from his linen basket. With a fun counting theme, this boldly illustrated pop-up book introduces animals and teachesn umbers in a vibrant and lively way. [Junior]
A great book which enables very young children to learn how to count up to five in a fun and exciting way. The vibrant colours, pop-up images and imaginative use of tabs ensure that the child is engaged with every page... The bright and simple but effective pop-ups encourage them to find out what Mr Croc has in his house and garden - over and over again. [Carousel]
One of our favourite characters returns for more pre-school fun in What Have you Got, Mr Croc, which as well as featuring some snappy pull-out tabs, also encourages the learning of numbers up to five. [Cork Evening Echo]
Series: Mr. Croc
Number Of Pages: 12
Published: 21st June 2007
Dimensions (cm): 21.2 x 19.1 x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.31