Crocodiles come from far and wide to seek Little Doctors care. She treats each one with skill and kindness even the toughest crocs with thick skins and large, powerful jaws. Little Doctor marvels at these fearless beasts, listening to their stories, while she diagnoses and cures what ails them. But when she meets Big Mean, the largest crocodile in the land with jaws clamped tightly shut, Little Doctor can`t figure out whats wrong. And she might be just a little bit afraid.
When one creative idea lands Little Doctor right inside Big Means tremendous jaws, she is sure shell be munched or crunched until she sees that Big Mean isn`t so horrible, after all. As it turns out, the crocodile is only protecting her hatchlings, all tangled in plastic, inside her mouth.
This book is suitable for children between 5 and 8 years of age.
Watercolor illustrations create a richly imagined world in this awe-inspiring story about how even little kids can be fearless, and even big, mean creatures sometimes need help.
Sophie Gilmore is an author and illustrator who, until recently, was based in London, but can now be found in Pisa, Italy. She studied illustration at Edinburgh College of Art and works with watercolor, gouache and pen, though a little coloring pencil and the occasional monochromatic linocuts find their way in. Much of her work stems from the curiousness of human nature and the wordless magic in a friendship between children and animals.