3 edition of The lake of the royal crocodiles found in the catalog.
The lake of the royal crocodiles
|Statement||by Eileen Bigland.|
|LC Classifications||DT959 .B5 1939a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 299,  p.|
|Number of Pages||299|
|LC Control Number||39027230|
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The lake of the royal crocodiles, Hardcover – January 1, by Eileen Bigland (Author)Author: Eileen Bigland. The lyrical narrative of the adventures of Eileen Bigland (also the author of travel narrative LAUGHING ODYSSEY) as a guest of the Bemba tribe in Central Africa is told with good humor and a storyteller’s flair.
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Set in Cairo between andThe Crocodiles is narrated in numbered, prose poem-like paragraphs, set against the backdrop of a burning Tahrir Square, by a man looking back on the magical and explosive period of his life when he and two friends started a secret poetry club amid a time of drugs, messy love affairs, violent sex, clumsy but determined intellectual bravado, and Price: $ Deborah Dennard is the author of numerous nonfiction books for young readers, among them four books on primates for NorthWord's "Our Wild World" series; Coyote at Pinon Place for Smithsonian's Backyard series; and How Wise is an Owl, named a best children's science book by the American Association for the Advancement of brings to her writing 15 years of experience as a 4/5(1).
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The most prominent source is Lake Victoria. Though known to the Arabs in the slave trade, the first European to see it was British explorer John Hanning Speke, on Aug. 3, In Gemma Merino’s highly entertaining The Crocodile who Didn’t Like Water one loveable small croc turns out to be terrified of water.
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Most memorable - and most chilling - is the portrait of the author's father, a maddened shopkeeper who imports rare birds' eggs to /5(25). AMY NICHOLLS, the British teenager who died during an evening swim in a Kenyan lake, was probably killed by a rare dwarf crocodile thought to have become extinct in .