6 edition of The alligator found in the catalog.
Discusses the physical characteristics, habits, and behavior of alligators.
|Statement||by Susan Dudley Morrison ; edited by Howard Schroeder ; produced and designed by Baker Street Productions.|
|Contributions||Schroeder, Howard., Baker Street Productions.|
|LC Classifications||QL666.C925 M67 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||47 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||83021034|
Children s Fantasy Fiction and Coloring Book Book Summary: Children’s Fantasy Fiction and Coloring Book By Berneta Herbel Some of the stories in Children’s Fantasy Fiction and Coloring Book are about animals and reptiles with problems. They ask the owl for advice. There are stories about Alfie the Alligator, Freddie the Frog, Zeb the Zebra and more. Listen to an alligator’s hiss and bellows. Activity 6: Reptile Use this flap book to write about the characteristics that make an alligator a reptile. Activity 7: Reproduction Use this shutter tab book to answer questions about alligator reproduction. Activity 8: Baby Alligators Use this egg shape book to show what baby alligators look like.
The Alligator Book Club book reviews by kids for kids A Chair for My Mother Leave a comment. Posted on Ma A Chair for My Mother. Written Vera B. Williams Reviewed by Badriya (grade 5) Do you like to give your mom a gift? If you do I will tell you a story about a . Shirley Mozelle is also the author of Zack's Alligator and Zack's Alligator Goes to School, as well as several critically acclaimed picture books. She lives in Tampa, Florida. James Watts is a published author and illustrator of children’s and young adult books. He also illustrated Zack's Alligator and Zack's Alligator Goes to School. He 4/4(13).
The Life of an Alligator. Posted on January 9, in Uncategorized. 0 Comments. Although they are known as ferocious hunters, mother alligators are very caring toward their young in the beginning stages of their lives. After spending weeks protecting her eggs, she stays with the hatchlings for at least the first year of their lives. “The alligator’s dead, and I am so glad! The alligator’s dead, and I am so glad! Ring-a-ting, ring-a-ting! Ring-a-ting, ring-a-ting! The alligator’s dead, and I am so glad!” And always after that the little jackal could go wherever he pleased in safety, and he ate so many ripe figs and so many crabs that he grew as fat as fat could be.
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Later encounters with his older brother's pet alligator, and with the wild ones he found in his travels as he photographed the Louisiana wild, convinced him to devote an entire book to the species. These ancient reptiles are found in the wetland areas of the Deep South, where the author journeys in search of gators, gator farms, gator tourist attractions, and gator researchers/5(6).
Alligator is a remarkable book, a suspenseful, heartfelt, and sexy story that examines the ruthlessly reptilian and painfully human sides of all of us/5. Along came the alligator, chomp, chomp, chomp.
From the internationally bestselling children’s book creator Matthew Van Fleet comes the story of a hungry little alligator who gulps his way from one to ten. Ten touchable textures, a sturdy chomping pull tab, and a grand finale pop-up are sure to engage the youngest readers/5().
Snappsy the alligator is having a normal day when a pesky narrator steps in to spice up the story. Is Snappsy reading a book or is he The alligator book CRAFTY plans. Is Snappsy on his way to the grocery store or is he PROWLING the forest for defenseless birds and fuzzy bunnies.
Is Snappsy [ ]. The Alligator Book “In the production of the Wild America television series, I have been blessed The alligator book be able to explore most of our great continent.
There are no areas I have found more intriguing than the places where water meets land. Sharing nuanced depictions of their hidden lives that will forever change the way you think of these giant reptiles, the book • combines captivating storytelling with the most current scientific facts • chronicles the life cycle of the alligator • explains why the alligator's.
In writing “The Alligator Business Solution”, Coach Roy interviewed 18 thriving small business owners. The book describes many of the pitfalls that can potentially sabotage the chances for success, while teaching concepts and tools to benefit organizations of every size and type, whether for-profit, non-profit, church or civic organizations.5/5(17).
Alfie the Alligator: A Teaching Rhyme About Comparing Numbers [Sandy Turley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Alfie the Alligator: A Teaching Rhyme About Comparing Numbers/5(5). Illustrated by Tim Miller, Snappsy the Alligator (Did Not Ask to Be in This Book), published by Viking Children’s on February 2, Snappsy is an alligator whose ordinary day is interrupted by a meddling narrator who insists Snappsy is looking for innocent forest creatures to devour and is obsessed with food that starts with the letter P.
Published on Mar 2, Snappsy the alligator is having a normal day when a pesky narrator steps in to spice up the story. Is Snappsy reading a book.
Snappsy the alligator is having a normal day when a pesky narrator steps in to spice up the story. Is Snappsy reading a book or is he making CRAFTY plans. A whimsical story rhyme about an alligator named Alfie who takes his friends on a journey to find the largest numbers.
The book teachers the concept of comparing numbers and reinforces the use of the greater than (>) less than and equal sign (=).Hardcover book, 32 pages.4/5(6). Alligator Boy book. Read 42 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
A boy is just plain tired of being a boy. So, he becomes an alligator /5. Snappsy the Alligator (Did Not Ask to Be in This Book) is an irreverent look at storytelling, friendship, and creative differences from a pair of rising stars in the picture book Hardcover, 36 pages Published February 2nd by Viking Books for Young Readers/5.
Alligator is a parody of Ian Fleming's James Bond novels. It was written by Christopher Cerf and Michael K. was published in by the Harvard uent editions of the book were squashed by Fleming and his estate. Plot. J*ames B*ond takes on Lacertus Alligator, head of the evil organization TOOTH (The Organization Organized to Hate).
The nightmare's gone, but what about that alligator. You have to be so careful getting in and out of bed. Maybe a midnight snack to lure him into the garage will do the trick. In this funny and beloved follow-up, Mercer Mayer faces another nighttime fear head-on/5(14). Canadian W.P Kinsella has a sense of humor in every section of his book, The Alligator Report.
Silly, sweet, honest, satirical, Kinsella is a fine story teller and good sport espcially when pointing his humor at /5. The tale of Snappsy the alligator hits a snag from the start when his trip to the grocery store is interpreted with inaccurate (according to Snappsy) and increasingly nasty commentary.
While the authoritative narrator presents Snappsy as a vicious predator, readers who look at the pictures and hear Snappsy’s objections to this misrepresentation will see another side to the : Julie Falatko.
This classic alphabet book features a family of alligators doing the things you’d expect alligators to do: making macaroni, ordering oatmeal, and being usually upside-down.
You’ll learn about how alligators are shockingly spoiled, how they never nap, and that they love bursting balloons.
Snappsy the Alligator (Did Not Ask to Be in This Book) is an irreverent look at storytelling, friendship, and creative differences, perfect for fans of Mo Willems. Product Details About the AuthorBrand: Penguin Young Readers Group. Chomp Goes the Alligator - From #1 New York Times bestselling novelty book creator Matt Van Fleet comes an irresistible picture book about a very hungry alligator who likes to chomp, chomp, chomp, which will delight readers as they learn animal names, colors, Author: Bookroo.
Alligators and Crocodiles by Laura Marsh is a National Geographic children’s book. We try to get these for any themes we can because of their beautiful photos and easily understandable information. National Geographic children’s books are fabulous Montessori-friendly books.The Alligator is an indicator developed by Bill Williams.
Its purpose is to identify a trend and its direction and filter good signals from the bad ones thus avoiding the range-bound market that can lead to loses.