Later, Gator

Later Gator Teddy decides to purchase an extraordinary gift for his brother s birthday a true surprise What could be astonishing than a meat eating jaw snapping baby alligator Will this gift cool off their sibli

  • Title: Later, Gator
  • Author: Laurence Yep Eric Valasquez
  • ISBN: 9780786811601
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Paperback
  • Teddy decides to purchase an extraordinary gift for his brother s birthday a true surprise What could be astonishing than a meat eating, jaw snapping baby alligator Will this gift cool off their sibling rivalry

    One thought on “Later, Gator”

    1. This was recommended because it is similar to Tale of a Fourth Grade Nothing. The plots have plenty of parallels, we didn't enjoy it nearly as much and frequently chose to read other things at bedtime. Teddy is mean to his younger brother in ways and for reasons that we just didn't get or care for.

    2. this story is about a young boy and his brother loosing and alligator in their apartment is a great story about brothership and working together.

    3. Fun kids' story about two brothers dealing with their pet alligator. I enjoyed the development of the brothers' relationship toward the end.

    4. The book was amusing but I felt so bad for the gators in the end of the book. This seems to serve as a warning against illegal animal trading and why wild animals belong in the wild.

    5. I thought this book was adorable. It's about two brothers and the oldest decides to give the younger one a baby aligator for his birthday, but they have to hid it from their mother.

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