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The Enormous Crocodile By Roald Dahl Reviewed By Aanzhenikwe
The enormous crocodile is the biggest crocodile in the muddy river.Setting The muddiest river is where the gigantic Crocodile lives. The enormous crocodile is the biggest crocodile in the muddy river.
Plot Enormous crocodile strikes again! He forms into a tree trunk, grabs some coconuts and leaves, but does not get a child.
Plot Now for clever trick number two. He once again pretendsto be a statue.
Review This book is AMAZING! You should read this wonderful book. It has some scrumdiddlyumptious words. (Roald Dahl’s word)
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