All Your Own Teeth by Adrienne Geoghegan

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Stewart wants to be an artist, but he's bored with the things he paints at home. So off to the jungle he goes, in search of a wild animal to paint. Several animals offer to pose, but stuck-up Stewart finds something wrong with all of them. Soon Stewart has insulted every animal in the jungle-except one. When a crocodile with a great big toothy smile comes along, Stewart finds his perfect model, but the crocodile seems to have other things in mind. . . . Readers and jungle animals alike will cheer when Stewart the prickly painter finally meets his match in this cleverly told and strikingly illustrated cautionary tale.

About Adrienne Geoghegan

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Cathy Gale has written and illustrated All My Own Teeth and Leo Le Chat. She lives in London.
Published September 17, 2001 by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In this odd but visually enticing parable from a British team, a confident pint-size painter named Stewart goes in search of the "perfect model."

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