Synopses & Reviews
In the grasslands of Africa, a group of young animals think they know all about the crocodile who swims in the river beneath their school. He is the most ferocious creature on earth . . . or is he? When the animals try painting portraits of him, they learn there is no one way to see anything, even a crocodile.
In this heartwarming tale, author and illustrator Eva Montanari makes abstract concepts easy to understand, bringing them vividly to life. With age-appropriate text and gorgeous illustrations, The Crocodile's True Colors uses adorable animals and a captivating, yet simple plot to draw children into learning about perception and art. A true delight for story lovers of all ages!