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Crictor Certo dia a senhora Bodot recebeu pelo correio um estranho presente de anivers rio uma serpente Com texto enxuto e ilustra es hilariantes, o ilustrador e desenhista franc s Tomi Ungerer mostra a alegre conviv ncia da jib ia Cr ctor com sua dona ecom os habitantes da cidadezinha francesa que a acolheu por muitos e muitos anos

About the Author: Tomi Ungerer

Jean Thomas Tomi Ungerer was a French illustrator best known for his erotic and political illustrations as well as children s books.

10 thoughts on “Crictor

  1. Ronyell Ronyell says:

    I have read many books by Tomi Ungerer and I have just recently stumbled upon this book called Crictor Crictor is a French story by Tomi Ungerer and it is about how an old friendly woman named Madame Louise Bodot gets a boa constrictor for a pet and the two of them become the best of friends Crictor is the perfect sto

  2. Manybooks Manybooks says:

    Although I do find the plot, the storyline somewhat fun and amusing and have especially liked the serpentine alphabets and numbers, not to mention how Crictor fights off the burglar , as I have never been all that much a fan of either cartoon like illustrations or snakes in general, I cannot say that I have really that much

  3. J. Boo J. Boo says:

    Very cute, as snakes go A bit of bonus educational content Crictor makes the shapes of letters and numbers for a few pages Rather surprised it didn t hatch a sequel.

  4. Manny Manny says:

    This is one of the few books I have read in German you see what kind of level I am at so I probably didn t get all the jokes A pleasant story showing that not all snakes are bad one of Ungerer s big things is fighting prejudice against minorities Even very small children would probably like it.

  5. Velma Velma says:

    I haunt the free boxes, thrift stores, and secondhand bookshops in my small town, lately I ve been indulging my nostalgia for well loved copies of some of the well loved titles from my 1960s 1970s childhood Yesterday I revisited Crictor, a long forgotten but immediately familiar favorite from my reading past Maybe because my mother had a serious

  6. Dolly Dolly says:

    This is a book that I remember fondly from my childhood It seemed so familiar to me that I just recently realized that I had not yet read it with our girls So I definitely had to fix that We found this book at our local library as part of a kit with an audiocassette of the story It s lovely to listen to the story being read aloud by Faith Stanfield wit

  7. Mir Mir says:

    Ungerer s name of the cover caught my eye at the library After reading through it, I m pretty sure I did read it as a child, although the only part I remember is Crictor catching the burgler.

  8. Shanna Gonzalez Shanna Gonzalez says:

    Crictor is another old story about a wild animal who finds his place in a human home This boa constrictor arrives in Madame Bodot s home in a doughnut shaped box, shipped from Africa by her thoughtful herpetologist son After her initial surprise, she accepts him as if he were any other kind of pet and he quickly finds his place in her neighborhood and community play

  9. Jane G Meyer Jane G Meyer says:

    A stylish old French woman is surprised by the gift her son sends from far off Africa Crictor, the imaginatively named boa, becomes a beloved pet, spoiled to the point of hand knit sweatersOkay, at first glance I thought I was going to love this book The cover is intriguing, really adorable, and what boy doesn t love snakes Both mine do I was reading along to my five year

  10. Stacey Stacey says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Crictor failed to capture my attention, though its whimsical illustrations certainly have their charm I found, however, that I hadinterest in finding the mice or spiders hidden within the drawings think the mouse in Goodnight, Moon than in the narrative The idea that a son would send a boa constrictor

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