All for Me and None for All by Helen Lester,Lynn (ILT) Munsinger Lynn Munsinger

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A book about sharing for one and all! Gruntly is a hog—a ball hog, a snack hog, a treasure hog! He doesn’t share his toys with his pals and, in fact, helps himself to theirs! And when Gruntly finds out about Saturday’s treasure hunt, he can’t wait for the first clue so that he may be the one to find the treasure and keep it . . . all for himself. From the delightful duo that created Tacky the Penguin and Hooway for Wodney Wat, Helen Lester and Lynn Munsinger deliver another playful and delightfully illustrated tale about the dangers of going hog-wild and show, in the end, that sharing just might have its own rewards!
 

About Helen Lester,Lynn (ILT) Munsinger Lynn Munsinger

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Lynn Munsinger is the illustrator of many funny and popular books for children, including the stories starring Tacky the Penguin and Wodney Wat. She divides her time between Connecticut and Vermont. 9780618051830
 
Published April 3, 2012 by HMH Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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he wants the wool off Woolworth's back, the feathers out of Cluck's tail (" 'Cluck,' Cluck said...She was a chicken of few words").

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Putting exaggeration to comedic use, the creators of Tacky the Penguin and Wodney Wat introduce a greedy pig named Gruntly who doesn’t just refuse to share his toys with his friends, “he helped himself to theirs.” (Gruntly even nabs fleece from Woolworth the sheep and feathers from Cluck th...

Feb 27 2012 | Read Full Review of All for Me and None for All

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Children discover Gruntly’s actions toward his friends, which get them “fed up with his greediness.” Then they go on a Parks Department treasure hunt that has Gruntly greedier than ever.

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