Hardcover ↠ Sweet Tooth PDF/EPUB Ú

Hardcover ↠ Sweet Tooth PDF/EPUB Ú



10 thoughts on “Sweet Tooth

  1. Ariel Cummins Ariel Cummins says:

    Very silly story about one boy with a quite outspoken sweet tooth Stewart s sweet tooth gets him in to all kinds of trouble One day, he decides to cut it off cold turkey Healthy food, brushing and flossing, and mouthwash almost shut up his sweet tooth But when he comes back with a vengeance, Stewart has to break out the big guns a carrot.Really awesome illustrations bring to life the consequences of the sweet tooth s bullying They add a lot to the humor of the story, especially the contr Very silly story about one boy with a quite outspoken sweet tooth Stewart s sweet tooth gets him in to all kinds of trouble One day, he decides to cut it off cold turkey Healthy food, brushing and flossing, and mouthwash almost shut up his sweet tooth But when he comes back with a vengeance, Stewart has to break out the big guns a carrot.Really awesome illustrations bring to life the consequences of the sweet tooth s bullying They add a lot to the humor of the story, especially the contrast between Stewart s hapless face and the sweet tooth s stern one.Pretty long, but elementary schoolers should get a kick out of this one if you can perfect your angry sweet tooth voice


  2. Matthew Matthew says:

    Give someone with an overactive imagination, an overdeveloped vocabulary, and a penchant for sugary treats a pencil and this is bound to happen sooner later This is the story of a high maintenence sweet tooth and the boy he was attached to at the gum If you re like me, you can identify here I think I have an entire mouth full of this sweet tooth s relatives and friends This is the sort of story that you should read aloud It s wordy, like all Margie Palatini books are, and it s wonderful It Give someone with an overactive imagination, an overdeveloped vocabulary, and a penchant for sugary treats a pencil and this is bound to happen sooner later This is the story of a high maintenence sweet tooth and the boy he was attached to at the gum If you re like me, you can identify here I think I have an entire mouth full of this sweet tooth s relatives and friends This is the sort of story that you should read aloud It s wordy, like all Margie Palatini books are, and it s wonderful It answers that age old question what would happen if my tooth could talk I just hope my teeth wouldn t speak to me the way that Stewart s sweet tooth spoke to him


  3. Erica Sonzogni Erica Sonzogni says:

    This book is laugh out loud funny Not only were my students on the edge of their seats waiting to find out what happened, it is perfect to teach voice in writing The change in font is a great example to show writers that they can do this in their own stories so that the reader knows when to change their inflection Additionally, I would use this to teach my students that they could add accents to dialogue such as writing somethin instead of something to give the characterpersona This book is laugh out loud funny Not only were my students on the edge of their seats waiting to find out what happened, it is perfect to teach voice in writing The change in font is a great example to show writers that they can do this in their own stories so that the reader knows when to change their inflection Additionally, I would use this to teach my students that they could add accents to dialogue such as writing somethin instead of something to give the characterpersonality Just a fabulous book to listen to and read over and over again for a variety of purposes


  4. K Gover K Gover says:

    Picture book very clever point of view tooth vs kid Stewart changes his behavior to make the sweet tooth behave, which makes Stewart behave.Memory moments of all the bad things the tooth has made Stewart do AHA end of book when Stewart uses a carrot to lose the tooth Tooth Fairy scent with wisdom tooth and Canine are also clever Words to the Wiser Stewart treats his sweet tooth issue with a healthy diet.


  5. Jessica Jessica says:

    I loved the book There were lots of visuals and it was extremely easy to read I felt like it connected to lots of students and even me as an adult We all crave some sort of sweetness sometimes but Stewart was showing us that we can let our sweet tooth control us Its shows us how we need to be healthy as times and eat veggies and brush our teeth.


  6. Tiffany Klier Tiffany Klier says:

    A great bedtime book with my kids I have read this onethan once this month The voice of the sweet tooth is funny, so I try to remember to tell this story using a different voice for him My kids have really started brushing their teethoften too


  7. Mary Mary says:

    Kindergarten Grade 3 funny story for older kids.


  8. Amanda Brooke Amanda Brooke says:

    Introduced the kids to sweet reading They loved this book, but reading aloud is rough on the voice That tooth is gruff


  9. Mely Mely says:

    This book is something else Quirky and satirical My 4 yr old was captivated by this story Who knew teeth could be such a comical character I give it kudos for originality That ending lol


  10. Sequoia Isaac Sequoia Isaac says:

    That sweet tooth can be so tempting but self control


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Sweet Tooth [PDF / Epub] ✎ Sweet Tooth ☂ Margie Palatini – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Lots of kids have a sweet tooth But not like Stewart s His very loud sweet tooth wants what it wants, when it wants itand lets everyone know about it Stewart s sweet tooth screams for cake at weddings Lots of kids have a Sweet Tooth But not like Stewart s His very loud Sweet Tooth wants what it wants, when it wants itand lets everyone know about it Stewart s Sweet Tooth screams for cake at weddings, for candy during class, and torments him at the movies Stewart has had enough, and he s bringing out the big guns a carrot Can he stand up to the most annoying Sweet Tooth in history.