"Patterned in the same format as its successful predecessors, this book has color illustrations that are as delightfully revealing of Lyle & Co. as ever."
—School Library Journal
5 Stars “The story is an excellent example of overcoming prejudice. Lyle has a enemy because people tend to fear what they don't understand, not because he has done anything to offend anyone. It teaches children what harm can come from ignorance and hate. In the end, the oppressed takes the high road and triumphs while the oppressor sees the error of their ways.”
Lyle is distraught to learn he has an enemy and tries to be an even more lovable crocodile than he was before.