Crocodaddy Giveaway!

CrocodaddyCelebrate the imagination—and the love between father and son—with a new board book edition of the fun, rhyming, and totally original story Crocodaddy!

On a hot summer’s day, a young boy playfully sets out on a “crocodaddy hunt” in the lake. Following the creature’s shadow, dark and wet, he’s soon taking a wild ride on the grinning croc’s back. When they leave the water, something wonderful happens – Crocodaddy transforms into just DADDY! Bright, energetic illustrations highlight the story’s humor and warmth.

This book was a huge hit in my house. I liked it because there aren’t a lot of stories out there about dads. I also loved that they were spending time playing together. My son like it because it was short and sweet. I often times found him giggling as we read it together. The illustrations were enjoyed too.

Since we loved this book so much, I have arranged for one lucky reader to get a copy of their own! Here’s what you need to do:

Additional Contest Rules:
This contest is open to US residents.

There is no cash value prize equivalent for this contest.

Winner will have 48 hours upon notification being sent to claim the prize, if winner does not respond within 48 hours, then the winner forfeits the prize and a new winner will be chosen.


  1. I would give this to my son in law to enjoy with my grandson!

  2. Leave me a comment below telling me who you would give this book too — i would donate it to the ronald mcdonald house here in town. thank you for the giveaway.
    dayni22 at yahoo dot com

  3. I would keep this in my classroom

  4. My Grandson Landin

    pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com
    thank you

  5. my son!

  6. my grandson

  7. After I read it, it would go to my grandchildren, 2,4, & 6. Looks like a great book.

  8. Sharon Kaminski :

    my friend's daughter

  9. My godson!

  10. my son

  11. Gabe–he loves crocodiles

  12. My son.

  13. My twins.

  14. Natalie Kozaczka :

    My grandson!

  15. My son.

  16. I would give this book to my niece.

  17. I would give this to my sons

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