The Enormous Crocodile is a children's story, written by Roald Dahl and illustrated by Quentin Blake. The book itself was so successful at the time that a. The Enormous Crocodile book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Enormous Crocodile is incredibly hungry-and incredibly. Enormous Crocodile (Colour Edition) Phizzwhizzing new cover look and branding for The Enormous Crocodile and millions of other books are available for.
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Seesaw: The Enormous Crocodile ventures to a playground for children, where he balances across a log, to pretend to be a seesaw. Merry-go-round: The Enormous Crocodile jumps onto a merry-go-round, and poses as one of the seats. Picnic Bench: The Enormous Crocodile goes to the park and pretends to be a bench at one of the picnic tables.
Major Characters In this story, there are six major characters, who are all animals.
While numerous children are involved, only two of them are actually given names. Enormous Crocodile — He is the main character of the story. He is a crocodile, living in a river in Africa, who has a craving for children.
He goes along the river and into the jungle on a quest to obtain a juicy child for his meal, by using secret plans and clever tricks. Notsobig Crocodile — This crocodile lives in the river with Enormous Crocodile. He gets his name by being the smaller of the two. Humpy-Rumpy the Hippopotamus — He knows that the Enormous Crocodile is up to no good, and manages to foil the coconut tree plot.
Trunky the Elephant — Enormous Crocodile bites him on the leg to get his attention, and to share his nasty plan.
Trunky the Elephant becomes the hero of the story, after the picnic bench incident. Muggle-Wump the Monkey — Muggle-Wump tries to offer Enormous Crocodile nuts, in lieu of chasing children, but to no avail. He manages to foil the playground incident with the seesaw.
Roly-Poly Bird — After offering berries to the Enormous Crocodile, he loses feathers when Enormous Crocodile tries to bite him during an escape. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
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