I Want to Be a Crocodile is an entertaining story that follows a young crocodile’s journey from wanting to be something else, to eventually realizing that he wants to be just like his parents – a croc! Told in rhyming verse with vibrant illustrations, this inviting book will engage and amuse listeners of all ages.
For who is this book for ?
I Want to Be a Crocodile is for children who are interested in animals, and want to learn more about crocodiles. The story is told in rhyming verse with vibrant illustrations, making it an engaging and amusing read for listeners of all ages.
- This book is a children’s story that follows a young crocodile on his journey to finding out what he wants to be when he grows up.
- The rhyming verse makes the story enjoyable for listeners of all ages.
- The vibrant illustrations make the characters and setting come alive.
- The rhyming is a little forced in places.
- The illustrations are basic and could be more colorful.
- Some of the concepts might be too complex for very young children.
Learn more about the author
Christina Suzanne Wald is the author of several children’s books, including I Want to Be a Crocodile and The Very Hungry Caterpillar Audio Collection. She has also worked as a magazine editor and writer, radio producer, and arts administrator. Christina lives in New York City with her husband and daughter.
“This fun children’s book tells the story of a crocodile who is not content with being just a crocodile. He wants to be something else – but eventually decides that he likes being a croc after all. The rhymes are bouncy and enjoyable, and the illustrations are quite cute.”
“A fun, feel-good story that youngsters will love.”
“This delightful children’s book is not just about a young crocodile that wants to be something else, but eventually realizes that he wants to be just like his parents – a croc. The story is told in rhyming verse with vibrant illustrations, and will engage and amuse listeners of all ages.”
“One of the cutest stories ever! I loved how it showed that it’s okay to want to be something different, but in the end you always find out what you were meant to be. The illustrations are amazing and bring the story to life.”