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Because even crocodiles have feelings. (And stroppy teenage brothers with snout rings.) Families have never been so funny. Liz Pichon proves she’s a superstar of picture books in this Smarties Prize winner: a work of genius to rival Tom Gates. Little Croc and his big brother Boris live happily in a lovely part of the swamp. Or at least, they used to. Lately Boris has turned into a grumpy teenage croc. All he does is eat, sleep and listen to loud music. Gone are the days when Little Croc and Boris would swim and play together. Will things ever be the same again? A super-funny look at why brothers matter, with the cutest artwork around. Liz, we just love you.
- By the author of the Tom Gates series
- Winner of the Smarties Silver Award
May 1st, 2014
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- 32 pages
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