e-Book Crocodile River (Stories from the Wild) epub downloadAuthor: Geoffrey Malone
Pages: 213 pages
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton (August 1, 2002)
Size ePUB: 1916 kb
Size Fb2: 1381 kb
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Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. Geoffrey Malone spent most of his childhood in Africa, where he managed to avoid any formal education until the age of eleven. After school in England, he joined the army for sixteen years, then worked and travelled in North America. He became a broadcaster and wrote his first book about his nearest neighbours, a family of beavers: &.He lives happily in London with his wife and their cocker spaniel, Harriett, and advises charities dedicated to the preservation of endangered species.
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Crocodile River - eBook. Kyrek the crocodile watches from the riverbed, assessing his prey. And when finally they take to the water, Kyrek moves in for the kill. Crocodile River - eBook.
The story of our friend the crocodile begins at the river bank of the Nile .
The story of our friend the crocodile begins at the river bank of the Nile, which was no ordinary rive. t was a dangerous river, not just because of its wild waters, but also because there lived some fierce and very dangerous crocodiles. For a very long time, no one had gone near the spot despite its great beauty, for the wicked crocodiles prowled its banks. When Ahmed reached the river bank, panting and out of breath from the speed at which he had run, he found himself face to face with two huge crocodiles trying to attack a little crocodile that had turned up at this part of the river and was completely confused at finding himself cornered by the wild beasts.