Tripp - The Crocodile's Toothbrush - Pages 30-31

Children's Literature
Tripp - The Crocodile's Toothbrush - Pages 30-31

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Item No: clrc000197
Title: Tripp - The Crocodile's Toothbrush - Pages 30-31
Additional Title: The Crocodile's Toothbrush
Material: graphite, ink, pasted text on paper.
Transcription: And right there and then Tari, the white bird with black spots, a bird a touch bigger than a dove and a bit smaller than a peewit, performed such a marvelous thing that all the creatures simply gaped in wonder. She flew bravely right towards Crocodile's TERRIBLE MOUTH, right up to his nose, and commanded "Open your mouth!" Everybody gasped and moved back a step because Crocodile's mouth --you haven't forgotten--was TERRIBLE and it was full of VERY TERRIBLE TEETH.
Media Type: Illustrations
Source: Children's Literature Research Collection
Provenance: Gift of Wallace Tripp, 1975.


Zakhoder, Boris, The Crocodile's Toothbrush (New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1973).

Creation Year (Single Year or Earliest Date): ca. 1972
Image Dimensions Width: 35 cm
Creator Name: Tripp, Wallace, 1940- - Artist