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All Your Own Teeth
By Adrienne Geoghegan
4.7 out of 5 stars (3 Reviews)
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Publisher:  Dial
Published:  March 18, 2002
Binding:  Hardcover
Pages:  32
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While in the jungle trying to find the perfect model to paint, Stewart encounters various wild animals who are willing to pose for his painting, but Stewart's demanding personality causes problems and so only the crocodile, with his own plan in mind, is willing to put up with Stewart while he works.
 
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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Witty, tongue-in-check, modern day Aesop fable, November 30, -0001
By O.V.R. Hill
Stewart is a young painter who goes on safari in search of a model worthy of his talents. Alas, Stewart is also rude, very rude. The colorful illustrations combine a certain worldly sophistication with the first attempts at drawing of a young child. Not for those who must have only sweetness and happy endings in children's literature.

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4.0 out of 5 stars.  Huge hit with my 4 year old, November 30, -0001
By Jennifer Hollister
My 4 year old chose this book at the library, and was enthralled. I was surprised, because the illustrations are very different with patches of handwriting, tabulations and other illustrations throughout. However, the pictures are very large and the colors vibrant so that is appealing to children. There are some big words in this book, and I am glad for it. My daughter likes to use the word "flabbergasted" now. I was happy to find the book on Amazon.com, and it has been the book of choice at bedtime for many months. Pardon me for revealing the ending, but this is my one complaint. Stewart, the boastful, intolerant, bratty little boy who wants to paint a wild animal is finally eaten by one in the end. Although this hasn't seemed to resonate with my daughter, it is a bit disturbing to me that a child is eaten by an animal in this children's book. If not for the ending, I would give it 5 stars because of its appeal to my daughter.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  P is for Painter, November 30, -0001
By A Customer
P is for Painter. Determined to be a Painter, Perfect Stewart Pickyly searches for the Perfect model. Childlike illustrations offer the reader a glimpse into the world of this Perfect child Painter. Although he has painted kittens with mittens and dogs wearing clogs, Stewart has never seen or painted a wild animal while living in the city. So he heads for the jungle and posts a sign: "WANTED: Hansum wild animal to sit still for painting. Must have all your own teeth and a nice big smile." After cruelly rejecting an elephant, cheetah, giraffe, and hippo to sit as models because they were all ugly, Stewart finds the Perfect model with bright shiny teeth. But little does he know what the Perfect model will cost him, for he has finally met his match. The ending may be shocking for younger children, but along with barrels of laughs, children will learn the moral of the story - treat others with kindness even though they may not offer you what you want because if you are too picky, you may pay the price. The sturdy cover ensures that the book will stand circulation well, and the age-old moral will teach a valuable lesson and remain a timeless story that children will long remember.

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