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Mr Crookodile: Blue Banana

Mr Crookodile: Blue Banana (Paperback)

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Synopsis

A comic caper that will have you laughing all the way to the bank from John Bush and Korky Paul for Egmont's Blue Banana series.



Mr Crocodile needs a job apparently. So says Mrs Crocodile. But what to do? Luckily, Mr. Crocodile is a croc with imagination. He could be a soccer star - Mr Soccerdile has a nice ring to it. Or perhaps a cook - Mr Cookodile sounds splendid. But what would be even easier for a lazy croc would be to turn into Mr Crookodile and rob a bank! However, despite a cunning disguise, Mr. Crocodile's plans start to unravel in a very funny way...



Blue bananas are chapter books for children learning to read, suitable for NC Level 2 readers. They are carefully designed educational books for children, supporting their understanding of how to read and develop vocabulary. Blue bananas uses speech bubbles to aid understanding of dialogue and the text encourages children to explore the feelings of characters.

Children'sFiction & true storiesGeneral fiction Publisher: Egmont UK Ltd Publication Date: 01/07/2006 ISBN-13: 9781405222297  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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John Bush John Bush has written many picture books, some of which have been illustrated by Korky Paul, such as The Fish Who Could Wish. John's other well-known pictures books are The Bungle in the Jungle, The Cross With Us Rhinoceros and The Giraffe Who Got in a Knot. This is his first Banana. He lives in South Africa. Korky Paul Korky Paul is an illustrator with many well-loved books to his name, such as the best-selling Winnie the Witch series. He has also illustrated two Red Bananas about Pa Jinglebob: the Fastest Knitter in the West (written by Mary Arrigan). He lives in Oxford.

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