Alligator Shoes by Arthur Dorros

Alligator Shoes

byArthur Dorros

Paperback | April 1, 1992

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A Reading Rainbow Book! This zany alligator with a love for footwear is guaranteed to make you laugh—no ifs, and, or boots about it.

Alvin the alligator loves to watch people—more specifically, their shoes. But his interest leads to fun and a bit of trouble when he spends the night locked in a shoe store trying on the merchandise!

"It's funny immediately."—The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

"Dorros [has] a genuine, offhand comic talent."—Kirkus Reviews

"In this zany story, the surprise ending carries an artfully-hidden message."—The Weekly Washington

About The Author

Arthur Dorros (arthurdorros.com) has enjoyed words, pictures, and books for as long as he can remember. A photograph taken when he was one and a half years old shows him eating a few. Some of his later experiences led to his creating books. When he was four years old he sat on the tail of a ten-foot long alligator. Fortunately the alli...
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Title:Alligator ShoesFormat:PaperbackPublished:April 1, 1992Publisher:Penguin Young Readers Group

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0140547347

ISBN - 13:9780140547344

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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An alligator with an interest in footwear spends the night locked in a shoe store trying on the merchandise.

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"It's funny immediately."—The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

"Dorros [has] a genuine, offhand comic talent."—Kirkus Reviews

"In this zany story, the surprise ending carries an artfully-hidden message."—The Weekly Washington