Roald Dahl ( Read ) The Enormous Crocodile

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The Enormous Crocodile

The Enormous Crocodile is incredibly hungry and incredibly greedy His favorite meal is a plump juicy little child and he intends to gobble up as ma My four year old loved it Especially the bits where the croc is going to eat and munch all those sweet juicy children NOM NOM NOM NOM NOMI think this is just one of those things natural to all children who already feel like prey with all these nasty adults hanging around All of them want to eat you in a child s eyes It s only natural because they see the adults getting eaten by jobs and spouses and the death of their dreams so why not just imagine getting eaten by crocodiles too It s NATURALThat being said this croc plays lots of nasty and cruel tricks in order to fill his belly but fortunately he happens to piss off most of the jungle creatures on his way to his playground meal ticketAlas Poor stupid croc And because this is A dahl tale it get

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On he won't soon forget Dahl's wicked humor is as delightful as ever in this new larger edition of a hilarious favorite Illustrated by uentin Blake It s the beginning of the year and somehow I find this the right time for some of Roald Dahl s stories Also I have uite some catching up to do since I missed out on them when I was a childThe story is the titular enormous crocodile who is a very nasty and evil croc that likes to eat children The animal lover in me doesn t like that very much because crocs much like sharks have far too bad a reputation which is why many are endangered Nevertheless this story is pretty old for one and I think the main reason the author chose a crocodile was it s outer appearance suitable for many disguises to get close to the unsuspecting children anywayThe story is about bullies and their ways of approaching victims and how watchful eyes and compassion from others


10 thoughts on “The Enormous Crocodile

  1. says:

    The Enormous Crocodile has a ravenous appetite and he’s on the prowl for his favorite meal juicy children He develops a series of ‘secret plans and clever tricks’ to deceive the children so he can snatch them up but t

  2. says:

    The Enormous Crocodile Roald Dahl The Enormous Crocodile is a 1978 children's story written by Roald Dahl The story begins in Africa in a larg

  3. says:

    My four year old loved it Especially the bits where the croc is going to eat and munch all those sweet juicy children NOM NOM NOM NOM NOMI think this is just one of those things natural to all children who already feel like prey with all thes

  4. says:

    One of my childhood favourites that I was desperate to revisitIt's a simple fun story of an Enormous Crocodile on the hunt for some children to eat he believes each clever trick will prevail only to be foiled by

  5. says:

    A great re readAnother short tale by the famous children's author Roald Dahl has me eager to review and spread the

  6. says:

    This is a short story about a very big and bad crocodile and some very lucky children In my edition it is lavishly illustrated by uentin Blake

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    It's the beginning of the year and somehow I find this the right time for some of Roald Dahl's stories Also I have uite some catching up to do since I missed out on them when I was a childThe story is the titular enormous crocodile who is a very nasty and evil croc that likes to eat children The animal lover in

  8. says:

    My year of Roald Dahl is still goingThe Enormous Crocodile loves to eat plump juicy little child and he wants to eat as man

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    This big crocodile is hungry for some children and has the perfect plan to get them or does he He makes several other jungle animals very angry with him and they attempt to thwart his child eating ways This just goes to show if you are planning something evil do not monologueYouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Snapchat mirandar

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    “It’s luscious it’s superIt’s muschious it’s duperIt’s better than rotten old fish You mash it and munch itYou chew it and crunch itIt’s lovely to hear it go suish”image error

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