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Crocodile Tours
     

Crocodile Tours

by Peter Tye
 

Written for reading to 4-6 years. Self read 7-11.

A boy, who should be doing his homework, draws a crocodile on a misty window in his bedroom. The crocodile turns and gobbles him up. Inside the crocodile's mouth he meets a girl from his class at school, who also drew a crocodile. Drench, a strange green character appears and confirms they are on his list for

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Written for reading to 4-6 years. Self read 7-11.

A boy, who should be doing his homework, draws a crocodile on a misty window in his bedroom. The crocodile turns and gobbles him up. Inside the crocodile's mouth he meets a girl from his class at school, who also drew a crocodile. Drench, a strange green character appears and confirms they are on his list for a Crocodile Tour; all they need is fuel for the trip. He leads them to a control room which looks out through the crocodile's eyes. They see an artist painting a crocodile - it is their head teacher. When they tell Drench how horrid she is, he moves a lever and accompanied by a piercing scream and a dreadful crunching sound, she disappears. The crocodile has re-fuelled! They have tickets for north Africa and the crocodile, part animal, part machine, sets off at a tremendous pace. They are on a weird, zany trip to Ancient Egypt and a dispute with a Pharaoh!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011511622
Publisher:
Peter Tye
Publication date:
09/12/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB
Age Range:
5 - 11 Years

Meet the Author

Peter Geoffrey Tye: A Hampshire boy, who grew up in the rural community of Hartley Wespall, joined the Royal Navy at the age of fifteen and completed eight years service. Peter then embarked on a marketing career which led to copy writing and in 1977, the setting up of his own business at number 87 Fleet Street. From his 4th floor office he looked at the Daily Express building at the front, over St. Bride’s churchyard at the rear, and provided a business writing service to blue chip companies in the City of London. Peter’s involvement with children’s entertainment began in 1993, when he produced Colin Reeder’s Little Red Tractor Stories for video and television and following Colin’s untimely death, wrote new Little Red Tractor stories for TV and book publication. Peter Tye lives in Norfolk where he is an enthusiastic, if very average golfer, and enjoys sailing his Yeoman dingy on The Broads.

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