"No Timothy, a snack will ruin your supper. Go and play! Your father will be home soon and then we'll eat," Timothy's mother says sending him out of the kitchen. Bored and hungry,Timothy throws himself down on the sofa where he begins to imagine the carpet turning into swirling blue water and the toys into hungry green crocodiles. "We're so hungry, so very hungry! We can't wait for our supper! If only there was a little boy to eat! We can't wait for our supper!" the crocodiles say as they swim in circles around the sofa. Timothy starts a mad dash leaping from sofa to chair to escape their teeth and long tails whipping to and fro, as he waits for his own dinner to be served. Written by psychologist Anne Speckhard, Ph.D., Timothy Tottle's Terrific Crocodiles addresses children's use of playful use of thoughts to deal with normal daily frustrations. Humor and imagination help Timothy wait for his supper. Touching illustrations by New York City's emerging artist, Jessica Speckhard, demonstrate the creativity of imagination. Timothy Tottle's Terrific Crocodiles is the second in the series of Timothy Tottle's Amazing Adventures, published by Little Fingertips Press, an imprint of Advances Press, LLC.