Princess Cora and the CrocodileBook - 2017
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You think being a princess is wonderful? Well, not if everyone expects you to be perfect. And then you ask your fairy godmother for help and she sends you a crocodile! Really! Well maybe it's just what you need.
Unhappy queen-in-training Cora receives a pet crocodile from her fairy godmother, who disrupts her mundane daily routine.
Princess Cora’s nervous parents insist that she must be perfect since she will one day be queen. They oversee her royal education at every turn. Cora asks her godmother for help and receives a pet crocodile in response. Cora disguises the crocodile as herself then escapes for a much-needed day... Read More »
JCLChrisK Nov 17, 2017
A delightful new fairy tale. A relatable scenario, a meaningful message, witty turns of phrase, humorously told, a wee bit naughty, and hilariously illustrated. Reminiscent of Roald Dahl and Quentin Blake. Highly recommended.
MissLacie May 19, 2017
I LOVE this modern fairy tale. Princess Cora is sick of being a "princess." It's too clean, too boring and too much skipping rope! After writing a letter to her fairy godmother, the hero crocodile comes to save the day. He's dirty, inappropriate and can nip anyone that disagrees wit... Read More »
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