When a hungry alligator moves to their town, the residents want him out . . . until they get to know him (and learn what he’s actually hungry for!). A timely tale about empathy, acceptance and a community’s response to injustice.
In this book without words, Mr. Crocodile gets up every morning and carefully gets ready for work–but just what is his job?
It’s time to get dressed and go the park, but Alfie is still in his pajamas. Putting on clothes seems like the least appealing thing to do for this energetic and curious little alligator, especially when there are so many amusing distractions.
It’s time for bed, and a little alligator named Alfie can’t find his most important toy. Where could it be?
Alan is very scary. He says things like, “I’m big, scary Alan! Fear my razor-sharp teeth!” But all is not as it seems. Alan, you see, has a very BIG (not-so-scary) secret.
Pedro and George are fed up with the children of the world getting them confused. Pedro is a crocodile, and George is an alligator. There’s a difference, you know. This determined pair decides to go on a mission to prove who’s who, once and for all.