Author(s): Tony Maddox
Everybody is good at something!
Little Croc finds it frustrating when he plays with the
other animals. Cheetah is fast, Monkey is agile –
and Little Croc feels like he’s no good at all.
But he soon discovers that he does have something he
is good at . . .
A lovable book about self-esteem.
Tony Maddox was born in Birmingham. After beginning his working life as a graphic designer and illustrator, he realised a long held ambition when his first book, Spike the Sparrow Who Couldn’t Sing was published in 1989. He has now had many books published including a series about Fergus the Patch-Eyed Pup, who has become a popular character worldwide.
Some of the stories have been featured on BBC Radio and Television, including the popular children’s programme The Tweenies.
Tony lives in Bromsgrove, Worcs. He is married with grown-up children and grandchildren.