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The crocodiles still wait

Carol Carrick

The crocodiles still wait

by Carol Carrick

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Published by Houghton Mifflin/Clarion Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crocodiles, Fossil -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Dinosaurs -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Dinosaurs.,
  • Crocodiles, Fossil.

  • About the Edition

    In prehistoric times, a 50-foot-long mother crocodile defends her eggs and newly hatched young from attacks by egg- eating dinosaurs and Tyrannosaurus rex.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Carol Carrick ; pictures by Donald Carrick.
    ContributionsCarrick, Donald.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE862.C8 C37
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[32] p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4419317M
    ISBN 10039529102X
    LC Control Number79023519
    OCLC/WorldCa5675206

    This is a book I once read to my third graders and I had a poster made of the crocodiles laying in wait for the children. It hung in my classroom near my Lunch Board—- get it!? It always made me laugh! (Basically, it’s the story of a crocodile that wants to find some children to eat for lunch.   So I became the crocodile girl. I abandoned my dreams of being a veterinarian and decided to become a herpetologist instead. (This declaration was usually met with blank stares by adults and adolescents alike.) I had a crocodile birthday party, a dorky leather hat, and I even signed my name with a little crocodile stick hieroglyph of my own design.

      In one case, a huge saltwater crocodile scared a pig into running off a trail and into a lagoon where two smaller crocodiles were waiting in ambush -- the . The passion of writing for the bigger Crocodile Prize in seems to have gone in vain. Writers and contributors are kept in suspense and tired of waiting to know when the only literary competition in Papua New Guinea will commence for this year. The Crocodile Prize has its .

      Maybe your emotions are all over the chart as you wait on God and cry out to Him through your tears. The lesson from the birth and early years of Moses is: Because in His time God faithfully keeps His covenant promises, wait expectantly on Him. Let’s break that down into three parts: 1. God faithfully keeps His covenant promises.   Irrespective of what really happened, it can still be safely assumed that at least a few hundreds of those soldiers became dinner of those hungry crocodiles. No wonder, the Ramree Island crocodile massacre earned a spot in Guinness Book of World Records for becoming an event with maximum human deaths caused by a single attack by crocodiles.


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