Nancy Keane's Booktalks -- Quick and Simple

Palatini, Margie.
New York : Simon & Schuster for Young Readers, 2004
IL K-3, RL 4.5
ISBN 0689851596
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Put your hand up if you like candy. How about cake? And let’s not forget cookies and bubble gum! A little bit of sweets is not a bad thing, but Stewart had a sweet tooth that just wouldn’t quit. It was always getting Stewart in trouble – like the time the tooth made Stewart eat an entire Easter basket filled with candy, leaving none for the rest of his family. Stewart was determined to cut this tooth off from sweets. That’s right… no more cookies, candy, cake – no more sweets!! Could Stewart do it? He tried to stay strong and not give in to “The Sweet Tooth.” And then, the tooth went too far. Join Stewart as he struggles to undermine the sweet tooth.  (Prepared by: Joanne Schwartz for SCASL Picture Book Awards, 2007-2008)
SUBJECTS:     Teeth -- Fiction.
                        Food habits -- Fiction.
                        Tooth -- Fairy -- Fiction.
                        Humorous stories.

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