The Alligator Who Wanted to Be a Dog: A Children's Picture Book on Making Friends (Wantstobe) Reviews

Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 31 user ratings
ISBN:B00C36RJCQ
LANGUAGE:English
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Book Introduction: Rated a 5 STARS Reader's Favorite and has hit #1 in Category!Alligator's sharp-toothed smiFamily Choice Awarles scares away all the other animals, and he wants a friend. Since dogs are friends with everyone, he asks Dog how to become a canine. Following this advice, Alligator attempts to sleep on a human bed, pant with his tongue and ride in a truck with his head in the wind (all difficult to accomplish as an alligator). This is not your typical "Be content with who you are," but rather "Achieving difficult things transforms you into something more." In the end (don't spoil the surprise), Alligator becomes ALLIDOG! This is a metaphorical example of how we all change after achieving hard goals--but most of all, it makes kids laugh. Add to your cart and teach children about hard work, perseverance and friendship in an imaginative way. Winner of a 2015 Family Choice Award, the animated enhanced version is available now.More Wantstobe Books:The Snake Who Wanted to Be a HorseThe Elephant Who Wanted to Be a BeeThe Peacock Who Wanted to Be a PigThe Chipmunk Who Wanted to Be a BearThe T-Rex Who Wanted to Be a Long NeckThe Crab Who Wanted to Be a DolphinThe Leopard Who Wanted to Be a MonkeyThe Hare Who Wanted to Be a FalconThe Spider Who Wanted to Be a Cricket

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