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by Susan Gates

eBook Whizz Bang and the Crocodile Room (Young Hippo School) download ISBN: 0590138766
Author: Susan Gates
Publisher: Scholastic Young Hippo (August 16, 1996)
Language: English
Pages: 96
ePub: 1574 kb
Fb2: 1185 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

Whizz Bang and the Cr. .There's a new kid in school. Published August 16th 1996 by Scholastic Young Hippo.

Whizz Bang and the Cr. He's called Whizz Bang because he goes off like a firework, stamping on his worksheet, and throwing his bag around! But when he hears what happens to bad kids, Whizz Bang realizes he must become a crocodile expert - fast.

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Whizz Bang and the Crocodile Room, illustrated by Sami Sweeten, Hippo . Gates also wrote the "Revolting Rabbles," a series of chapter books for younger readers that features the Rabble family

Whizz Bang and the Crocodile Room, illustrated by Sami Sweeten, Hippo (London, England), 1996. Well Dazzled, Bodley Head (London, England), 1996. Firebug, Oxford University Press (Oxford, England), 1996. Esther and the Baby Baboon, illustrated by Rhian Nest James, Hippo (London, England), 1997. Humanzee, Oxford University Press (Oxford, England), 1998. Gates also wrote the "Revolting Rabbles," a series of chapter books for younger readers that features the Rabble family. When Mr. Rabble no longer has work as an historian, he forms a company that will hire out to do historical reenactments-and coerces his family into joining him.

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There's a new kid in school. ISBN13: 9780590138765. Release Date: August 1996.

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There's a new kid in school. He's called Whizz Bang because he goes off like a firework, stamping on his worksheet, and throwing his bag around! But when he hears what happens to bad kids, Whizz Bang realizes he must become a crocodile expert - fast.