Monster Toddler by John Wallace

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Sweet little Timothy is the sweetest boy in the world, except when he turns into…MONSTER TODDLER! That's when this darling boy's rambunctious alter ego takes over, landing him in a heap of mess. How will he get out? It's WONDER CHARLOTTE to the rescue! John Wallace uses simple text and vibrant watercolors to capture the playful high-energy mess-making capabilitities of toddlers everywhere.
 

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John Wallace has illustrated several picture books.
 
Published June 1, 2003 by Disney-Hyperion. 28 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.

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Timothy's caped sister, aka ""Wonder Charlotte,"" wearing blue star-patterned pants and pink-and-white-striped T-shirt, comes to the tyke's rescue: ""I will help you, Monster Toddler, but only if you start to be good!"" Wallace then details Timothy's reformation in appropriate spot art as the boy...

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British author Wallace (Flower Girl) features a messy toddler and his angelic sister in this moralistic portrayal of misbehavior.

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