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The Nile Crocodile Invades Florida by Katharine Benelli Coggeshall is an informative and educational book that speaks about how Nile crocodiles got from their native home to the United States. It is a must-read for any child who is interested in wildlife and crocodiles and is curious to learn more about them. The book discusses how Nile crocodiles got to Florida, how to spot a Nile crocodile, mother Nile crocodiles, baby Nile crocodiles, fun facts, poems, and pictures that will fascinate any child. There is a lot of information about crocodiles that is helpful to children to know more about crocodiles, their habitat, and other facts. So would you know a Nile crocodile if you spotted one? Let us read the book to find out more about them.
Books like this are very helpful to children and educators because they make learning and understanding easy and interesting. The illustrations add to the charm of the book, making it appealing to children. The book is a must-have in school libraries and children’s libraries because of the way it speaks about crocodiles to children. The poem ‘The Traveling Crocodile’ is funny as it questions the crocodiles about how they traveled to Florida. It makes a good bedtime story book and can be used for interactive sessions in classrooms too. Entertaining non-fiction books like this are highly recommended for children as they make reading, learning, and understanding new things very interesting and lively. The style of writing is simple and the author makes the topic engaging and interesting.