June 22, 2012

Win a signed copy of Tick tock tick tock What's Up Croc? by Kim Michelle Toft


For your chance to win a signed copy of Tick tock tick tock What's Up Croc? written and illustrated by Kim Michelle Toft, tell us in 50 words or less why do you think the crocodile is such a successful survivor?


Tick tock tick tock What's Up Croc?

A stunning 40 page picture information book by multi award winning illustrator and author Kim Michelle Toft. Spend a day in the life of a prehistoric predator — the saltwater crocodile. Meander through poetic text to find out why this resilient reptile has withstood the test of time and truly is the last of the mighty dinosaurs.

Features• stunning hand painted silk illustrations
• text is written as a poem and features on the wall chart
• full colour wall chart 225mm x 750mm
• 10 pages of child friendly information in the back of the book


Target Market
• pre-school to Year 3 however extension information in the back of the book is suitable for children up to year 6.
• parents, grandparents and anyone who has a passion for the wilderness and its preservation.


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3 comments:

marybelle said...

I would have to say that the crocodile has survived through the ages because he has few enemies. I am in awe of him for one.


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Candice said...

My daughter, Krystalin, aged 6, loves crocodiles. Her answer is:
Because they can go for weeks without food. And because in the time of the dinosaurs they probably stayed in the rivers and lakes when the volcano erupted and waited until all the smoke went away before coming out again.

Nicole Rake (Helensvale Primary) said...

The Crocodile is one of a kind, the adult crocodile has no natural predators, except men. They eat anything, and everything. They own the water and the land like no other animal alive.