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So if the Opposite is Happening in the Pictures, Then We Don't Really Know Where the Crocodile Is?
Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2020
Where is My Little Crocodile basically has someone asking the reader where is the reptile. It's not a Where's Wally style find the crocodile in a busy picture of a location on each page thing. So not sure what the Seek-And-Find Book part of the title is all about. But the illustrations don't match the text or the story, they are the opposite. Such as crocodiles aren't allowed in restaurants, yet there is picture of it dining in one. So are we supposed to be assuming the text is lying? So then when the crocodile is in bed at the end of the story is it not really? Also if this alternative universe is one where crocodiles can do human things like drive cars, why is there discrimination about its kind not being allowed in restaurants?