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The Richest Crocodile in the World

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An absolutely delightful adventure on the African plains with the most irresistible, and richest, crocodile in the world.
You might have everything your heart desires - your very own cinema, a luxury swimming pool, hordes of motorbikes, cars and aeroplanes, and a butler called Jenkins. But something could be missing - and when you spy animals splashing and splosing at a waterhole, you just might begin to get an idea of what it is...

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Born in Whitstable in 1964, Daniel is the son of the film-maker and author, Oliver Postgate. After school he worked as a chef in local restaurants and as an apprentice box-painter. In 1987 he went to London and worked as a freelance cartoonist for the Radio Times and Sunday Times. It was in 1994 that Daniel had his first book published, and this is now the b...

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