Arrivederci, Crocodile: or See You Later, Alligator

Arrivederci, Crocodile: or See You Later, Alligator

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Overview

Can a hungry crocodile trick—and eat!—his way through Italian high society? Pack away your pasta—Crocodile is heading to Italy in this long-awaited sequel to Fred Marcellino’s award-winning I, Crocodile.

First that dastardly Napoleon kidnapped Crocodile from his beloved Egypt, then he dragged him to Paris to be gawked at, and THEN he tried to eat him! Luckily our dear croc escaped, but while Parisian life may be glamorous, life in Paris’s sewers is not. If only Napoleon had taken Crocodile to a more aquatic reptile–friendly city. Perhaps one with an excess of canals and better food...

“NAPOLEON TO TOUR ITALY: FIRST STOP, VENICE”

Surely Napoleon wouldn’t mind if Crocodile hitched a ride out of Paris...

Will our crocodile find his perfect home amongst Italian high-society? Or will he be revealed as an impasta? Pack away your pasta—Crocodile is heading to Italy in this long-awaited sequel to Fred Marcellino’s award-winning I, Crocodile.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781534404014
Publisher: Atheneum/Caitlyn Dlouhy Books
Publication date: 09/10/2019
Pages: 40
Sales rank: 227,105
Product dimensions: 10.10(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.40(d)
Lexile: AD580L (what's this?)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Fred Marcellino, the renowned and beloved artist and illustrator, won a Caldecott Honor for his first full-color picture book, Puss in Boots. He began his career in children’s literature with Tor Seidler’s A Rat’s Tale in 1985, and followed with many other classics such as I, Crocodile and The Steadfast Tin Soldier.

Eric Puybaret has illustrated many children’s books, including Suite for Human Nature; the bestselling Puff, the Magic Dragon; The Night Before Christmas; Over the Rainbow, as well as many others in his native country, France. Eric’s critically acclaimed work was praised by The New York Times as “elegantly rendered” and Publishers Weekly calls it “graceful [and] whimsical.”

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