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Crissy the Crying Crocodile (Crissy Rhyming Children's Books, #1)

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Crissy the Crying Crocodile is one of Gator’s Series of rhyming children’s books suitable for kids by age 5-8. The story is told in rhyming style supplemented with illustrations to entertain and educate the kids at the same time. It also lets the children learn a life lesson through the story of Crissy, the spoiled little alligator that always gets everything she wants. At Crissy the Crying Crocodile is one of Gator’s Series of rhyming children’s books suitable for kids by age 5-8. The story is told in rhyming style supplemented with illustrations to entertain and educate the kids at the same time. It also lets the children learn a life lesson through the story of Crissy, the spoiled little alligator that always gets everything she wants. At the end, she finally realizes what is really important and what is not.


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Crissy the Crying Crocodile is one of Gator’s Series of rhyming children’s books suitable for kids by age 5-8. The story is told in rhyming style supplemented with illustrations to entertain and educate the kids at the same time. It also lets the children learn a life lesson through the story of Crissy, the spoiled little alligator that always gets everything she wants. At Crissy the Crying Crocodile is one of Gator’s Series of rhyming children’s books suitable for kids by age 5-8. The story is told in rhyming style supplemented with illustrations to entertain and educate the kids at the same time. It also lets the children learn a life lesson through the story of Crissy, the spoiled little alligator that always gets everything she wants. At the end, she finally realizes what is really important and what is not.

30 review for Crissy the Crying Crocodile (Crissy Rhyming Children's Books, #1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Andréa

    The illustrations are adorable, but the story wasn't that great, and at times the rhyming felt forced. I'd give the illustrations 4 stars but the text 2 stars. The illustrations are adorable, but the story wasn't that great, and at times the rhyming felt forced. I'd give the illustrations 4 stars but the text 2 stars.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Terri Fletcher

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  30. 4 out of 5

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